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Old 08-11-2014, 01:33 PM
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94 king cab, long bed, 4x4 5spd project

So I picked up a 94 4x4 that had been in my neighbors yard for 5 years. He said it ran great then it just wouldnt start one day. Took it to the dealership and they said it had low oil pressure to the HPOP. So it has a dana 60 etc I figure its worth trying to bring back to life. We drag it to my place and I put new batteries and fresh fluids in it. Not only is it a no start issue but its a no crank issue. I get underneath it and find out that his goats have been using it as shade for a few years and they nibbled through what appears to be the ... transmission and transfercase harness leading out of the underhood fuse/relay box on the driver side fenderwell. I'm assuming this is the neutral saftey switch wiring and keeping it from trying to even crank. I'm having a hard time sourcing it locally as there are not a lot of f350 4x4 parts trucks in this area. Any idea on where to start solving this issue? I have already read up on the common no starts from the CPM, ICP, IPC sensors etc and am ready to jump into that given I CAN GET IT TO CRANK. Maddening.
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how about a harness from an f250? should be the same as the f350, and there seems to be better availability of the 3/4 ton.

try this:
1996 Bronco/F-Series Workshop Manual

it should have the diagrams you need to get 'er going again.
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That manual is awesome, do you know where I could get for a 95 F350.

That manual is awesome, do you know where I could get for 95 F350 7.3? Or will this work? Thanbks
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You could just give positive power on a momentary to the starter relay just for the purpose of seeing what things stand like turning over


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That manual is awesome, do you know where I could get for 95 F350 7.3? Or will this work? Thanbks
it'll has most of the information that you need, including diagrams on diesel. Remember, there isn't a whole lot of difference between the F-150, 250 and 350
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Awesome. I'm gonna jump on this and get back at yall on step two.
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Just for future reference, you have a CREW CAB. Nissan made king cabs
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Just for future reference, you have a CREW CAB. Nissan made king cabs
Noted. Thats just been my default term for any 4 door fullsize.
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Going to the yard tomorrow. The real question being... What year/model f series truck came with a zf5 speed and common transfer case to my 94 that I can get the harness from. I'm gonna be goin to a place and fishing with a net basically.
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Going to the yard tomorrow. The real question being... What year/model f series truck came with a zf5 speed and common transfer case to my 94 that I can get the harness from. I'm gonna be goin to a place and fishing with a net basically.
92-97 and it had to of come from a diesel truck. GOOD LUCK

just get some wire and make a new piece. Not that hard
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