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Old 11-23-2012, 11:27 AM
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Truck wont restart after it was shut off. Trying to diagnose a crank no start, but so far this is all I've found. Does anybody know where this would plug into? To make things worse, I've been trying to get my insight cts to hooked up to read the codes off this truck, but it won't communicate with the truck at all? Anybody else have obd port problems with a 1996?
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Old 11-23-2012, 11:47 AM
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That plug is your EBPV solenoid. Dont worry about it, dont need to to run.

Check fuel(filter housing)
check HPOP reservoir

If both are full, without a scanner you are poking and hopeing
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Old 11-23-2012, 11:51 AM
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Oh yeah that is the epbv selnoid plug, didn't know these older 7.3's had them. But I don't have a wait to start light on this truck, glow plugs are on toggle switches. Replaced the fuel filter probably 8,000 miles ago, but I drained the bowl and then cranked it over to see if it would fill with fuel. I cranked it twice for 20 seconds and it was still only at half when I pulled the filter again? Need to check the hpop reservoir still.
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Also check fuse #22(maxi fuse) under the hood. That is where the ECM gets its power
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Check your fuses. Cigarette lighter fuse being blown will keep the data port from working. Also check fuse #22 (I think) under the hood. It's a 30 amp maxi fuse
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Thanks a ton guys, turned out to be that #22 fuse
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iirc check your fuel bowl heating element it is known to short out and take that fuse out
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iirc check your fuel bowl heating element it is known to short out and take that fuse out
TRUTH..... ask me how I know
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Old 11-24-2012, 05:18 AM
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Glad you got it figured out
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