2010 Ford Escape won’t start

Asked by Alexis Sep 07, 2018 at 10:17 AM about the 2010 Ford Escape

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So i have a 2010 Ford Escape just bought it last
month and as i was driving it stopped in the middle
of the road. All the light and my radio were still on
but it wouldn’t start. Checked my oil my dipstick
was Bonedry! Tried putting 3 bottles of oil in it and
still didn’t turn on . I’m on an extended warranty but
what do you think the problem is.  ?

1 Answer

Look at the inertia cutoff switch behind the panel above the passengers right foot. Remove the cover, put your finger in and push on the switch button. If it has popped up, it will not let the fuel pump work which is a safety issue. This just happened to me and I needed a tow home thinking the fuel pump was bad. Once re-set, my car runs like before. Good luck!

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