Last post on Apr 19, 2013 at 8:51 AM
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Ford Expedition, SUV
#39 of 48 Re: Same Problem as #36 [fishhead316]
Feb 27, 2012 (9:11 am)
Fishhead316, thanks for your reply. I checked all of the wires connected to the firewall and they were all tight. My thinking now is that the fuel pump is on its way out (another site I looked at suggested that the fuel pump could be in it's early stages of dying). How much does it cost to have a mechanic change a fuel pump on a 1999 ford expedition? Or am I wrong on this assumption of the fuel pump being the problem?
#40 of 48 Re: Ford 04 Expedition won't start periodically [cindavlee]
Mar 01, 2012 (7:19 am)
How much was it or them to reprogram the computer?
#41 of 48 Re: Ford 04 Expedition won't start periodically [msbcoates]
Mar 02, 2012 (6:30 am)
A fuel pump problem should be easy to detect with an in-line pressure gauge- you can pick one up at any parts store, and it will be a lot cheaper than paying for one that doesn't need replacing! Like I said though- MY issue was a corroded starter cable- the corrosion was hidden, and it was carrying enough voltage to "click" the solenoid- but the starter wouldn't turn. Is that what's happening with yours?
#42 of 48 2000 ford expediditon
May 03, 2012 (8:56 am)
I have a 2000 ford expedition. All winter it starts just fine, as soon as the weather warms up when I turn it over it acts like it's not getting gas and dies within seconds. I had the "normal" stuff done, fuel line, fuel filter, gas cap, starter and it still is having the same issue. Can anyone help?
#43 of 48 Re: Same Problem as #36 [ealmekinder]
May 04, 2012 (8:25 am)
been having the same problems as you, wondering if you have it solved?
wife came home for lunch, an now the truck will not start. as you descibed in your post. i can do the same thing. (word for word). leave it sit for around an hour an she will fire right up.
#44 of 48 Re: Same Problem as #36 [shortz1995]
May 04, 2012 (10:26 am)
I am not sure if it is fixed yet or not. We don't drive the Expedition much, so it may sit for a week or two between short drives and I think that may be a lot of the problem. The last time it happened (about 1 month ago) we let it sit for 2 1/2 hours and then tried it. It failed once and on the second attempt it backfired or coughed twice and then started up. The next day we took it on a 3 hour drive. About 5 times within the first half hour of freeway driving I could sense a very minor shudder or hesitation which seemed to be like a small misfire due to dirt or moisture or something. Then it stopped misfiring and we continued on our trip with no problems. We returned the next day driving 3 hours at freeway speeds and no problems. It has started for us since then, but again I am not convinced it is fixed. I think it is either the fuel pump beginning to fail or some sort of sensor that is going or has gone bad. Sorry I couldn't be more help.
#45 of 48 Re: Same Problem as #36 [shortz1995]
May 04, 2012 (4:30 pm)
Unfortunately not yet =( It happens at the worst time too. I've been all over the net because I don't want to take it to the dealer and have them change $1000 worth of parts and not know what the heck is wrong with it. I can guess for free!
#46 of 48 Re: Same Problem as #36 [pinkwave]
Jan 21, 2013 (10:10 am)
So, has anyone been able to get the issue fixed? Could you please share? So far I have only found things to possibly try, and some stated that it works to start it in neutral when it's warm.
Apr 12, 2013 (2:25 pm)
I have a 2000 ford expedition xlt. I moved the truck the other day off the driveway and it was fine, when I got back in it it wouldn't start, it turns over fine, I replaced the camshaft position sensor reset the battery and it was fine. now 5 days later my wife was driving she stopped and did her shopping and when she got back in it, it would turn over but wouldn't start. if I take the negative battery terminal off and leave it for 5 minuites it starts right away. there are no check engine lights on and I don't know what the problem could be, can anyone help
#48 of 48 TRYING TO START WITH NO KEY
Apr 19, 2013 (8:51 am)
SITTING IN MY HOUSE HEAR A CAR TRYING TO TURN OVER NOTICE ITS MINE RUN OUT AND HAVE TO DISCONNET BATTERY TO STOP IT. ITS A 99 FORD EXPEDITION. PREVIOUSLY TRIED STARTING WITH KEY AND STARTER KEEPS TURNING OVER HAD TO DISCONNECT BATTERY CABLE TO STOP. WHATS GOING ON?