I have a 1998 Ford Explorer that does not start cranks but doesn't start.
I've replaced the starter and battery so far. After replacing that it didn't want start just cranked. I thought that it may be the fuses, so I took the fuel pump relay out cleaned it a bit put it back in and it started. I thought it just might be dirty.
Couple days later I tried start it and it didn't turn on just cranked so I did the same thing and no start. Before I could hear the fuel pump turning on, now I can't.
So I plugged in the code reader and gave me a code for the camshaft position sensor. Now can the fuse cause my fuel pump not to turn on or is it the camshaft sensor that doesn't let my fuel pump to turn on?
I got quoted at almost $1000 for the fuel pump. Figured I'd ask around for advice.