Hold gearshift just right to make backup lights work. But depresserize the system first. Has plenty of power to go down the interstate 80 hauling family of 6, big boat and misc. It is ready to go anywhere! The previous owner had already replaced the electric fuel pump. Car details Still mechanically good. Shop mechanic believes it is a emissions air leak going into the head and not worth fixing. We'll divide this question into two sections.
The relays are a little hard to release from the plastic thing bolted to the fender, so it may help you to see if you unbolt the relay holder from the fender and look inside. A lot of former family use. Majority of the time I am free in the evenings. Key doesn't find the detents stops for: lock, acc. Tried replacing the abs computer but think it needs programming to work.
It is probably a fuel injected engine. Key doesn't spring back from start. Can call or text during the day or call after 6pm. Easy to open from passenger side door. My cable had a little too much slack in it so I crimped a lead split-shot used for fishing over the cable just above the factory cable end. The only fuse remotely involved is the 5amp fuse 20 in the inside fuse panel.
Take it to an independent repair shop and they will need to troubleshoot it. I purchased the exact vehicle and it also would crank and not start. Can jump in and drive to the 48 without having to do anything. It is probably a fuel injected engine. Replaced all sensors and connectors. The previous owner had already replaced the electric fuel pump.
List of work done: Tires have16k miles on them, front shocks, rear spring over shocks, front brakes new rotors , rear brakes, timing gear, water pump, radiator, battery, full tune up coil, plugs, wires etc , front end alignment, catalytic converter, recent oil change, transmission serviced. If you can find a shop who has the code reader for this year, they can pin point the problem couldn't find anyone. Had had this problem repeatedly. Rear bench seat folds down to make dbl bed. Minor issues like hold the gearshift up to start. I … believe they are for ignition and electric fuel pump There will be bundles of wired which you will see plegged-into the relays from the bottom.
It's the pits to put together if it has fallen out. Low mileage for the year. They sell plastic ones at auto parts stores. Bought it in New Mexico and has next to no rust. Also some light body damage on passenger rear side. What happens id the latchpawl usesa … screw that works loose which then lets the pawl skip over the release this is easy to tell as there will be no resistance and a clunk heard whenever you try to open the door. Can be a good work van.
The relays are a little hard to release from the plastic thing bolted to the fender, so it may help you to see if you unbolt the relay holder from the fender and look inside. Previous owner passed and van sat for several years. I have the same problem on my Econoline 96, I've taken it to a dealer and several independent shops with no solution. I replaced both relays located under a plastic thing screwed to the passenger's side in the engine compartment. Full size spare tire under the back door.
Fuel line tool take the cap off}. I purchased the exact vehicle and it also would crank and not start. My econoline does this mostly in the summer, and not during the cool days or winter. I believe they are for ignition and electric fuel pump There will be bundles of wired which you will see plegged-into the relays from the bottom. The side door handle decide to not work just at customs stop. But a lot of the major things have been taken care of.
Key is hard to insert or remove. . Excellent camping and long trip vehicle. I replaced both relays located under a plastic thing screwed to the passenger's side in the engine compartment. If it is, and it is common to happen, you need to find out which one. Remove the wiring harness by loosening the one large bolt. Not saying its perfect but it is 1996 and still things can and will go wrong.
It took up the slack and has worked trouble-free for over four months now. The whole thing slides forward into the engine compartment, it's mounted upright. There is no direct connection from that button to the transmission in anyway. A lot of work has gone into the van before driving up to Alaska. The connect has a spring t … hing in the center the tool pushes out of the way.