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Hayden

My Escort Van Won't Start!

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I have a N reg escort van diesel engine. I put the key in turn and nothing happens, some have said it's the emoboliser!! but there's no electrical door fob, used the same key for years I just can't work out why nothing happens? if you have any ideas I would be most gratefull.

Hayden

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have you got ignition lights or is it completely dead?

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check all the leads for the starter motor and try a quick hammer blow to the starter incase its stuck, as it could be a lead, starter motor or ignition switch itself problem.

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Thanks I will try that and let you know :)

Hayden

Could be a long shot but it might be the actual key,i take it you haven't got another key you can try?, because i've had a similar problem with an Opel Corsa i used to have, you would go to turn it but it would just keep on turning and wouldn't fire up so i tried the spare key and it worked!. I take it most Ford keys are chipped to the ignition and imobiliser?.

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Could be a long shot but it might be the actual key,i take it you haven't got another key you can try?, because i've had a similar problem with an Opel Corsa i used to have, you would go to turn it but it would just keep on turning and wouldn't fire up so i tried the spare key and it worked!. I take it most Ford keys are chipped to the ignition and imobiliser?.

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I have another key and will try that. with the key I've always used I put it in turn on all lights come on but nothing happens, yes all the keys are chipped and that may well be the problem. will let you know the outcome

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