FUEL OVERLOADING CYLINDERS AFTER TURNING OVER WITH IN 5 SECONDS AND NOT STARTING

  • Tiny
  • Gregg Hei
  • 1993 Ford F-150
  • 150,000 miles

We have taken all spark plugs out and they are all saturated with gas, 5L, 4x4 pickup, We have replaced the coil and we have good spark at he spark plugs and have removed the spark plugs and replaced with another set after it became flooded. We turned the engine over for about 20 seconds without the spark plugs in the engine to flush out all the gas before installing another new set of plugs. We have done this 3 times around and always come back with the same problem. It has only fired for a brief second in the beginingas we go to start the engine. We have left the throttle to the floor when trying it. And only finding it still saturated. We have also tried without pressing the accelerator and stil it has become flooded. We had this running just about a week ago, with a very high speed idle when it was running. We have cleaned the throttle body to slow the accelerator down and expected to start it up after that but it has not started since.

Saturday, July 6th, 2013 AT 11:03 PM

1 Answer

  • Tiny
  • hmac300
  • Expert
  • 42,905 posts

Check your fuel pressure your regulator may e bad or an injector problem

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Sunday, July 7th, 2013 AT 5:38 AM

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