2002 Ford Explorer 6 cyl Four Wheel Drive Automatic 75 k miles
I have a 2002 ford explorer v6 automatic transmission 4 wheel drive. Whenever the temperature goes below 40 degrees I have to crank 20-25 seconds before it starts. In warmer temperature it starts within 1-2 seconds. The colder it gets the longer it takes to start I was told that the check valve in the fuel pump wasn't holding pressure in the fuel injector line. I was told that I have to replace the fuel pump. If it was the check valve or fuel pump wouldn't I have the same problem all of the time summer or winter? This hard starting is effecting my remote start. When the car doesn't start we do have spark when cracking. The tk. Runs excellent it is very well maine All summer it starts fast and my remote works well
have the same problem?
Thursday, October 23rd, 2008 AT 7:19 PM