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Old 03-13-2012, 09:54 AM
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Truck wont start low batt voltage

truck wont start today, yesterday it was cranking slow, today just click click click

checked battery connections and they are good

didnt try to jump it cause its pouring down rain


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Old 03-13-2012, 03:10 PM
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How old are the batteries, they come stock with a 750CCA batteries i would put in nothing less than a 850CCA battery. The price of a new ficm around $1100 or you may have to repair yours for around $300 looking at it looks like it's good see what it reads after new ones are installed at startup if it drops below 45v get it fixed because it will kill your injectors.
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How old are the batteries, they come stock with a 750CCA batteries i would put in nothing less than a 850CCA battery. The price of a new ficm around $1100 or you may have to repair yours for around $300 looking at it looks like it's good see what it reads after new ones are installed at startup if it drops below 45v get it fixed because it will kill your injectors.
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I think it has the original motor crafts,

Ficm stays above 47.5 always but I don't trust it
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I think it has the original motor crafts,

Ficm stays above 47.5 always but I don't trust it
If they are stock don't screw around get some new ones M-C, Interstate, Sears, I would not get Walmart one in my 97 went bad 3 years old with a 4 year warranty said it was good with one cell dead still check out at 750 CCA buy there stuff the battery was so hot it was smoking on there charger, never again. Now i have 850 CCA in both trucks, Motorcraft
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