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No power to starter solenoid $100 PayPal'd to anyone that can figure it out tonight
DPF delete with H&S
That's right.. $100 PayPal'd to anyone that can figure it out tonight, so that I can make it to work tomorrow.
I was cleaning out my truck today in the driveway. I used the on board Via Air to blow all the dog hair out of the truck. I was starting the truck intermittently as the air cycled on and off to keep the battery's good. With the truck off, I blew the dash from the passenger side. All around the stereo, steering column, and gauge cluster. After that it would not start. Maybe blowing the dash was coincidental.
Everything seems normal, just won't crank. (No power to the solenoid)
Battery's are semi-new, have 13 volts, and are connected to a charger while I work on it.
I checked and swapped all the fuses that I can determine are associated with the problem. (Both fuse boxes)
I swapped the starter relay.
There is no power to the starter solenoid when I turn the key.
I don't believe there is power switching the starter relay with the key, but it has power to it.
Disconnected the battery's for 20 minutes, no change.
Tried the "single wire disconnect starter jump" trick (EGT13)... cranks, won't start
There are no codes
Reprogrammed H&S several times
Disconnected and reconnected the transmitting range sensor
I'm out of ideas... Don't have time to screw with it... Hate to have it towed to the stealership tomorrow but don't know what to do.