I fixed my electrical problem so the starter engages, but the engine won't start. Any easy to overlook suggestions? 1996 mustang
Thanks, I'll check that.Is the engine cranking strong now? If it is it's probably the fuel pump, it crapped out at some point and is not sending any fuel to your engine. Turn on the car with the everything off like the heater or radio but without starting the engine and try to listen for the fuel pump turning on or not.
Can't you also check the spark with the distributor? Or in this case the COP or coil pack? Haven't tried it yet but with my 66 I just take a plug off the distributor cap and check the spark that wayYou need three things to start your engine. Air, fuel, and spark. You are getting air so next would be check fuel and spark. You can disconnect your fuel injection and pull a wire off of a plug and stick a screw driver in it and hold it just barely away from your engine block and see of it sparks and if it doesn't then thats your problem and if it doesn't then its your fuel system