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Old 12-01-2008, 05:57 PM
 
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Default 97 explorer starting problems

I have a 97 ford explorer with the SOHC V6 and am having some problems with it starting. When you crank it the first time it fires right up without any hesitation but if you drive a short ways and turn it off then try and start it after 10 minutes it won't start you just hear the starter turning over

Any one dealt with this before?
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