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Hello Have a transit connect 1.8 in just now that wont start. Came in initially after engine swap, did start but then cut out. They tried towing it in case it was air locked, still wouldn’t start but would crank. Then it stopped cranking at all. Nothing happens when the key is turned. Immo light is off after ignition is turned on. Powers and earths to pcm good. Starter relay isnt reciving ground from pcm. Wire integrity from pcm to relay is good. Pcm isn’t commanding a start. Pcm sent to specialist and was said to be good. All fuses checked and are in order. No codes present. Anyone here have any ideas. Any advice greatly appreciated
(4) 18x8 Rotiform VCE monoblocks with 205/40/18 tires 5x108 and HUBCENTRIC TO OUR VANS (no rings) LOCATED: RICHMOND, VA See ad for photos FOR WEAR/TEAR, TREAD DEPTH, AND SHINE! Light curb rash on one, and a small rock ding in the other, but otherwise in great shape with plenty of life left on tires. Looking into a house but extremely short on funds, so of course the extras go (along with the motorcycles :( ) I AM WILLING TO SHIP AT BUYERS EXPENSE, AND EVEN WILLING TO DRIVE THEM WITHIN A REASONABLE DISTANCE UPON NEGOTIATION. Check the ad... http://richmond.craigslist.org/pts/5214999748.html
Hello all! New guy to the forum (obviously) but no stranger to forum usage/banter! I work in the motorcycle industry as a General Manager of ScootRichmond LLC and have been a "wrencher" for a little over 15 years now. I was out and about one day after spying the "latest" generation of Transit Connect and figured I'd take a look at a local dealer. Needless to say after getting to take one home for the evening, I was SOLD. I am now the owner of a BN 2015 EcoBoost Transit Connect XL VAN (Dual slider/window) in the oh-so desirable "County employee" white/black commercial scheme. The temptation of possibilities to thoroughly MOLEST it to conform to my liking and day-to-day life were the main drive behind the purchase. The first project I am taking on is to effectively sound deaden the vehicle to make it a little more "wagon" with the "van" capability of hauling small motorcycles/scooters. I've also purchased an inexpensive motorcycle wheel chock from Harbor Freight to fabricate an "on the fly" motorcycle securing system that utilizes the factory floor d-hook mounting points that are just behind the driver/passenger seats. I will make sure to start separate threads on each topic in their respective sections and I hope to see you all around the forum! Thanks for having me!