1994 ford exployer ...new everything wont start without spraying gas in the throttle body

Asked by kenfan51 Jan 08, 2020 at 05:10 PM about the Ford Explorer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

this is not an answer but a question i have a 1994 ford exployer ,.. i bought it
off a guy and drove it 20 miles to home ... i seen i had a gas line leak ... i put
a new gas line on it and it never started again ... it will run as long as you
shoot so gas in the throttle body ...so heres what i did ,,about everything
someone suggested ,, new fuel pump . new lines and filter .new fuel
pressure regulator .. getting 65 or more lbs pressure to the regulator
..checked all fuses no problems there ,, checked inertia switch and even by
passed it wasnt the problem .... taking the intake off and checking the
injectors is all i have left to do ..any suggestions before i do that being thats
the hardest thing left to do ...i see this place is old but im trying everywhere
.... please help if you can ..thanks ./

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Battery has a full charge and connections all good? The fuel pressure spec that I have, 4.0L engine, key on engine off, 40 psi. Any applicable trouble codes? The red wire at fuel injectors is voltage, the other color wire is ground. Maybe you can check wiring circuit w/o taking everything apart?

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