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 My 1989 E350 Won't Start?

Answer The 1989 Ford E-350 uses a 12-volt battery to start the engine. If you are having problems with your 1989 E-350, you probably have a dead or low charged battery. Jump starting or changing this batt... Read More »
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My 1987 E350 Won't Start?

The Ford Motor Company introduced the Econoline-series van to the consumer market for the 1961 model year. In 1987, two engine options were available from the factory: a 4.9-liter L6 and a 5.8-lite... Read More »
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My 1989 Chevy 5.7 Won't Start?

The problem of a 1989 Chevy truck that will not start can be broken down into two components: the battery and the fuel level. If you can't get your truck to start, there are several things that you... Read More »
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My 1989 Ford Ranger Won't Start?

Issues with an 1989 Ford Ranger that will not start fall into two categories: either the engine will not crank, or the engine cranks but will not start. Look to the electrical system to diagnose an... Read More »
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My 1989 Honda Accord LXI Won't Start?

The Honda Accord LXI is a sportier Accord that has fuel injection rather than carburetors. In 1989, the LXI was available as a sedan or a hatchback. If your LXI is not starting properly, the batter... Read More »
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