I own a 1994 Ford Explorer XLT with 213,000 miles. Sometimes (whenever it feels like it), my truck will just lose ignition or just won't start. It either dies while going down the road or when trying to start it, it just turns but doesn't start. From the way it dies going down the road (suddenly, no sputtering), I believe it is not a fuel problem. Battery and alternator are good. I don't lose power, just ignition. Battery, alternator, plugs, wires, ignition control module, and ignition coil pack are new. I've checked the wires running through the system. There are no APPARENT faulty wires. What are your thoughts?
have the same problem?
Friday, March 10th, 2006 AT 7:43 PM