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Old 11-19-2010, 03:44 PM
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NO Crank, Tow/haul flashing, tranny in limp mode

Well I have a brain scratcher here. pulling my hair out.

everything was great, truck worked awesome, fired it up in the morning, all is well drove in town got a coffee, went out to the farm 12 miles away, grabbed the gun drove 2 miles to go take down a deer. Turned the truck off.

went scouting for an hour, came back to the truck, went to go turn the key, nothing. everything else worked, batterys were strong.

so we pulled it 2 miles back to the farm cause it was abit cold and snowy. put it in the shop, checked all the fuses, all was good, looked at the started, it looked good but I had a spare new one on the shelf so I figured what the hell lets swap it out. did that and nothign, still no crank, did notice my edge wouldnt turn on. so I disconnected it and put everytyhing back to stock.

so back to stock, still no crank. power everywhere, everthing works. so I decided to crawl under wiht a screw driver and jump the starter, did that and she fired up, ran like a top. let it idle to warm up for 15 mins. backed it out of the shop, drove out of lane, noticed that the tranny was limping, tranny oil temp was normal, truck temp normal, ran strong, took it 500 feet the tow haul started to flash and noticed it was in limp mode, drove it back into the shop noticed the truck wouldnt come out of factory high idle when i pulled in the shop. shut it down and tried to start it again, and no crank, but everything else worked, no CEL. nothing.

so im lost. figured im going to trace the wire for the ignition, and also swap out the PCM.

anyone got info, suggestions,

any one else have ideas?

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Old 11-19-2010, 06:33 PM
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ttt bump anyone have ideas?
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bump?? ttt
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Well i will take a shot at it, i think it is the Edge Juice w/attitude that has messed up your trans, not well liked the only one that is trans mod safe i think is the SCTX3 they tune the trans, just from what i have read
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