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2006 no crank no start

i was jumping starting a buddies car and my truck just randomly shut off now it wont crank,

truck is pretty much stock has intake egr delete and exhaust, NO programmer

-ive checked all the fuses and there all good, also batteries are good
-also tried to pull the codes and it wont read the codes, comes up saying that it couldnt make a connection
- with the key on and in park it says check gauges, has abs light and wrench on
- when i switch it to neutral abs and wrench stay on but it says tbc failure now
- after i turn the key off it displays (-------) that instead of the mileage
- ficm is good
- i pulled the wire on the passenger side for the starter and connected it to the battery and it cranks that way


what else can i check? im lost and cant find anything to help me out, ive searched and havent came up with much

also recently had the code for the transmission range sensor come up but after i cleared the code hadnt had any problem with that since, drove for about two weeks after that came up, could that be the problem?

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pull the connector on the ICP on the valve cover and see if it will start, it sounds like you have a bad Snap to Connect fitting on the high pressure oil pump

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wont get a chance to work on the truck again until monday afternoon but ill try that.
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do you have a monitor on it at all? if you can watch what your IPR percentage is it is a good way to see if it is in your HPOP system as well

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i have a scangauge on it, but it says it wont connect, which is also why i cant check for codes
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Sounds like a fried computer to me.


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Sounds like a fried computer to me.


Or perhaps a PCM fuse. Jump starting a vehicle improperly can definitely kill a PCM.

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anyway to check the pcm?
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Since you are now getting no communication, you have to ensure it has power to it. If you have power to the unit and no comms, a quick swap-out with a working one would be in order.

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When swapping the pcm does it need to be from the same exact year truck? And there's no programming or anything ford needs to do to get it to start is there?
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