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FICM has 0 volts

Just bought this truck a week or so ago and seemed to run fine until I went to start it the other morning. No start at all turns over but will not start.
Batteries and Alt were replaced prior to me getting it along with a list of other things, so I thought I would check out some stuff before I have it towed checked fuses everything fine, did test FICM and it shows 0 volts I called the guys at BulletProof (very helpfull) he said to check a relay on the left fender I had one to swap out with it no change and still no volts at the FICM, Batteries show 12.4 volts each, any suggestions would be great trying to avoid towing in if possible I have an appointment set next week to have the oil cooler and egr delete installed and would like to drive it in.
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Need to say this is a 03 with 140,000 if that helps
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All plugs and connections look ok?

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no volts like no input volts or output volts or both ??

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Yes as far as I can tried to trace down wires looking for any rubbing etc and nothing jumped out at me
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I'm guessing the pin test is for output volts, I guess I would need to find out were the feed to the FICM is to see if there is power to it.
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It's possible that one of the connectors may not be seated good on the bottom of the FICM. They are kind of difficult to get at, but you may have bounced one out while driving, especially if the locking clip is broken.

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I'm guessing the pin test is for output volts, I guess I would need to find out were the feed to the FICM is to see if there is power to it.
yes it is the output

I thought you may be looking at a pid

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check connectors..when the FICM is installed, the harness closest to the front of the truck is the power supply/ECU harness. It's also the bigger of the 3. If it is clipped in, I'm not sure how to really test if its getting voltage without some sort of continuity light. IE: I don't know which pins you could probe with a multimeter.

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