Question about 1995 Ford Mustang
First I need to know for sure what you mean by "it won't crank at all" and "it never cranks". these terms are associated with a batery/starter/charging system concern. However if the engine is turning over but not starting just sputters and wheezes then there are three thing you need to know; does it have spark? Is it getting fuel and if so how much? and compression?, is it pulling in enough air (air filter)? cam tming?
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