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Old 02-14-2007, 11:00 AM
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Thanks for all Your Help 96 no start

Yes.. I finally got my 96 ps going!!!!!! I pulled fuse 22 again and again. This time i unplugged the fuel heater and changed the fuse and it started. The question Is know is do i leave it unplugged? Not sure what to do???
What made it blow the fuse?
Thanks guys you really helped me out.
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Old 02-14-2007, 11:13 AM
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leave it unplugged , and it will be fine
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Old 02-14-2007, 11:18 AM
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Ok

Thanks Scott, I apreciate your help. It is funny all this.. and I just bought a new 07 cc 6.0. I love the 6.0 but i have to tell you i was worried with all the ned posts... any advice on the new 07
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Old 02-14-2007, 11:23 AM
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i dont see that many problems with 06 or 07 , youll be fine ,its funny that problem you had with your 96 , and the fuel heater deal, thats the only thing that really made since but you kept saying fuse was good ,glad you got it running
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Old 02-14-2007, 11:31 AM
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fuse 22

Well that is the funny thing.. When I went out this weekend the first thing I did was check fuse 22 and it was blown.. so I changed it. Then it started.. But the last time I was looking I changed the fuse and disconnected the heater and it would not go.. I am just happy it is going .. The GPR is doing what is should. It is funny I never plugged the truck in that often. But when I plugged it in I sure get a less white smoke.
I do Have one1 or 2 bad GP should I change them all when in there? Spring JOb
Love my 07 was worried about the new 6.4
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yes replace them all ,if your going to pull the valve covers ,you might as well ,the others arent probably to far behind
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