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Old 10-12-2010, 04:01 PM
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Unhappy electrical problems help

ok new batts.. alt checks good but constant drain ... if you dont start it every day you have to jump it.. friend of mine hooked his computer up and pulled the following codes.. but I have no idea where to go from here...

b1676
b1318
b1352
b1360
b2658
u1262
p0603
p1000
ok now what
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There is a list on here somewhere that tell you what the codes are. But to find the drain disconnect the battery ground and hook a meter between the lead and the post to see how much draw you have. Put meter on DC amps, thent start pullin fuses till the draw goes away. Also can have the starter checked and starter solinoid.
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Old 10-13-2010, 07:57 AM
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B1676 Battery Voltage Out of Range EATC Module
B1676 Battery Voltage Out of Range DSM
B1676 Supply Voltage Out of Range ABS

B1318 Battery Voltage Low VSM
B1318 Battery Voltage High Rear Air Suspension Control Module
B1318 Battery Voltage Low 4x4 Module
B1318 Battery Voltage Low HEC
B1318 Battery Voltage Low RCM

B1352 Ignition Key-In Circuit Failure HEC

B1360 Ignition RUN/ACC Circuit Open HEC

B2658 Wait to Start Warning Indicator Circuit Open HEC

U1262 SCP (J1850) Communication Bus Fault HEC

P0603 Powertrain Control Module Keep Alive Memory (KAM) Error

P1000 is not actually a trouble code. It just means that the Readiness code has not been set yet or in other words, the engine computer hasn't completed testing certain emission control components. If there is no other problems with the car emission system, the code P1000 will disappear after driving for some time

I googled these and found these for you...

Hope this helps!
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Old 10-16-2010, 02:13 PM
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Blowing 20 amp maxi fuse for ignition switch

04 F350 6.0 Just did my oil cooler replacement got it back together started right up, get on the road and blew a tubo hose off. Turn the truck around get to house turn it off and fix hose (clamp was not at end of hose but looked like it belonged there till I looked closer). Now I am blowing the 20 amp maxi fuse for the ignition switch location 116 in the panel. I cant find any wires in the engine compartment frayed or grounded. Pulled the fuse panel a wire that runs from behind the 101, 102, 107 maxi fuse is burnt copper showing for about 4 inches and a wire running from the block at the steering column Im guessing is for the ignition switch is burnt all the way back into harness I think the are blue and orange. Is there a wiring diagram somewhere I can lock at. Any help would be welcome.
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Old 10-21-2010, 07:43 AM
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Blowing fuses

I just got my truck back from the dealer after blowing fuse Location #102 and not being able to start up. My problem has been the after market alarm system that had been installed by the first owner of my truck. It had been causing me a number of electrical problems. The dealer completely removed it and the truck hasn't had a problem since.
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