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well, its possible that your crank sensor is bad then. As said before check the wiring and if it looks good, I don't think the crank sensor hurts the wallet that much...I can't recall the price but I think it was under 100. But before I even went back to that, I'd figure out that FICM issue...or maybe the entire harness is bad..but I would put money on the FICM being bad first. Sometimes if you take it to ford, they'll even put a known good FICM in just to be sure before charging you..then you can have it rebuilt yourself (much cheaper) or buy bullet proof so you know you never have the problem again. Once you have that angle straightened, then see if it starts and if that crank keeps popping up, if so, replace it. At least that's what I would do.
2004 F250 XLT 6" lift, 37" tires, zoodad, T6,
edge cs, k&n, revx, warn lockers, rhino bars
future: coolant filter, headstuds, bluespring, 4" turboback, tires..dam these tires