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Old 10-16-2013, 02:20 PM Rookie

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Another 6.0 No Crank No Start Probem

Hello. I have a 2004 6.0 w/auto tranny. I recently replaced the starter a couple days ago. The problem was that I could hear the bendix kick out but would not crank the engine. I think this was due to my GPR controller going out and over excessive starting. Replaced the GPR controller a couple days before I replaced the starter. After that the truck started better than it ever had. It was consistent half a second to 1 second start times. This morning I went to crank it and it cranked about a half a second then just quit cranking while the ignition switch was in the start position. Now nothing. Pulled starter on truck and bench tested It sounds like I blew a fuse in the middle of cranking, but I have checked the fuses under dash and all good. The Haynes manual I have has a wiring schematic in the back but the whole book is a crude excuse for a service manual if I ever saw one. The diagram is for a 2002 Diesel. It shows fusible links and a couple central junction boxes, but I cant find either on mine. It still has all the dash lights and bells as it normally has. It sounds like something so simple, but I am about to pull out my hair. Can someone please HELP me? Thanks!
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Old 10-17-2013, 01:46 PM

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Have you checked for power down at the starter?
Check the main big wire first so you know the connection to the battery is good at least.
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Old 11-19-2013, 07:21 AM
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What was the culprit?
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