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Old 04-26-2011, 03:26 PM
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96 wont start no wait to start light or tack all fuses good this is my DD

started easter sunday was backing out of the driveway then stalled like i shut off the key then no wait to start light and no fuses blown hooked up solus scan tool could not communicate with ecm so i check all the hots and grounds that go to the pcm those r all good took out my ecm and plugged it into to a buddys truck no problems fires right up any ideas as to what else could cause this problem besides the fuel bowl heater swapped in a five speed over the weekend but drove it about 150 miles and no problems
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started easter sunday was backing out of the driveway then stalled like i shut off the key then no wait to start light and no fuses blown hooked up solus scan tool could not communicate with ecm so i check all the hots and grounds that go to the pcm those r all good took out my ecm and plugged it into to a buddys truck no problems fires right up any ideas as to what else could cause this problem besides the fuel bowl heater swapped in a five speed over the weekend but drove it about 150 miles and no problems
If you can't get the scan too to communicate and there is no "wait to start" light, you definately have a blown fuse. Pull #22 (30a maxifuse) and check it good. If you are using a test light to check it, even a blown fuse will check good on one side.
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checked both sides of fuse they r good also all hot and ground at ecm connector good if the fuse was bad wouldent i have power loss at the connector
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I know on the Super Duty that fuse #19 and #30 also affect the PCM but not sure on the OBS. Does the cigarette lighter work?
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Old 04-26-2011, 04:27 PM
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yeah the power point fuse is good i checked all fuses they r all good is their anything else that could cause this like the idm or something
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yeah the power point fuse is good i checked all fuses they r all good is their anything else that could cause this like the idm or something
I'd say PCM before the IDM just because of the no "wait to start" light and the fact that you can't communicate with the PCM. Hopefully someone can chime in with some more info.
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i thought it was the pcm to but when i plugged it in to my buddys truck his fired right up kinda thinking i got a wiring problem after the power wires leave the pcm
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i thought it was the pcm to but when i plugged it in to my buddys truck his fired right up kinda thinking i got a wiring problem after the power wires leave the pcm
The PCM or IDM? The PCM is behind your e-brake bracket and the inner fender well needs removed to get it out very easily.
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the pcm is what i took out and put in my buddys truck yup took out the inner fenderwell to get it out of the slot
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PCM Swap

You say that your PCM works in your buddies truck, did you try his PCM in your truck?? Might be worth a try.
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