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99 powerstroke will not crank or start

drove home one night pluged in the block heater since it was about 10 degrees outside. went to start it the next morning and the starter will not crank. removed the starter and had it tested "it's ok". replaced the starter solenoid. still no cranking! had the batteries checked "OK". it has a manual trans. checked all fuses. ford replaced the CPS. about 3 years ago. HELP PLEASE!!!!
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check battery terminals to make sure they are tight. then make sure that the B+ terminal and ground terminal on starter didnt come loose or even the S terminal.

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start checking voltage and conections. are you getting light on the dash? wait to start light? turn your key and go and cross the two post of the starter relay on the fender, see what you get.

you can fool the neutral safty switch. use a paper clip and i think its the first two pins. i forget what end of the conector it is though haha sorry.

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check your fuses, dont know which is the FB heater fuse on an SD......but it should be a maxi fuse still........are you gettting the wait to start light?


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See if you are getting power when you try to crank on the little wire at the starter solenoid on the right fender just behind the battery.

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99 powerstroke will not crank or start

i did check the little wire from the soleniodto the starter for power as i cranked the key over...no power. i will check the fuses again. Do you think that if the fuel heater is shorting out i would shut the system down??? my super chip unit reads no codes..
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If you have a wait to start light then you don't have an issue with the fuel heater popping the fuse. Plus the pcm not having power will not prevent it from cranking. Is this a manual or an auto? If it's a auto try starting it in neutral instead of park.

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it's a manual trans.
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