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E-350 Econoline Club Wagon

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Starter keeps cranking
You have two starter relays. Check and change the starter relay on the inner fender near the battery. Follow the red battery cable to the inner fender relay and this should be your problem. If you are still having trouble,...
Car will not start, no spark - 1994 Ford E-350 Econoline Club Wagon
Besides checking the engine and fuel injection fuses and relays, it is possible the oil pressure cutoff switch may be malfunctioning since the vehicle sat up so long without oil pressure. If the engine oil pump isn't priming, there might...
Accelerator very high - 1994 Ford E-350 Econoline Club Wagon
I would start with having the throttle body cleaned. If it's gunked up at all, it will require more than the usual effort, but will result in a more "open" throttle plate position, more air (and fuel) to the engine,...
Running in failure mode - 1995 Ford E-350 Econoline Club Wagon
I would first check voltage to the MAF - it should be 5 volts. Also check ground quality for the MAF. Since the fuel injection computer gets airflow volume data, a bad MAF reading will mis-instruct the injection computer. Also...
Bell ringing noise, stalling and then dies - 1995 Ford E-350 Econoline Club Wagon
These bells indicate a problem that the built-in diagnostic system is unable to indicate on the dash (usually a burned out fault indication bulb). Replace the burned out indicator bulb on the dash, then check out the original problem by...

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