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Old 01-29-2007, 09:44 AM
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Codes perfect, won't turn over though

I have a question. I drive a 2000 PS, and when I try to start her she is cranking very good but just won't turn over. I ran codes and got nothing, it says everything is fine. I replaced my fuel filter, and AIT sensor. Would my MAF sensor cause this? I also listened to my fuel pump and it takes forever to pressurize, along with a slurping sound like trying to get the last of your drink through a straw. I will be replacing the fuel pump this weekend. Could this be it too? I live in the mountains and we haven't had a day over 27 degrees in month. I usually run anti-gel additive, but didn't when I put in the previous ten gallons. Please help!
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sounds like fuel gelled up ,usually no codes in system , means fuel problem ,yourtruck doesnt have a massair flow sensor ,if there is anyway to get truck inside and let it warm up and also plug it in ,it will probably crank once its runing put your antigel in fuel START THERE AND MAKE SURE BATTERIES ARE FULL CHARGED
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I have a question. I drive a 2000 PS, and when I try to start her she is cranking very good but just won't turn over. I ran codes and got nothing, it says everything is fine. I replaced my fuel filter, and AIT sensor. Would my MAF sensor cause this? I also listened to my fuel pump and it takes forever to pressurize, along with a slurping sound like trying to get the last of your drink through a straw. I will be replacing the fuel pump this weekend. Could this be it too? I live in the mountains and we haven't had a day over 27 degrees in month. I usually run anti-gel additive, but didn't when I put in the previous ten gallons. Please help!
You may have gelled fuel if that is the case you need to get that truck warm and the fuel ungelled. Once the fuel is ungelled you can add anit-gel additive and change your fuel filter. You may want to save your money on the fuel pump until you Know for sure that is your promblem. You should be able to disconnect the fuel line and see if the fuel is gelled. If it is I suggest you find a way to warm it up and it will ungell. The other thing I would check is your CPS ( Cam Positioning Sensor) it is on the front of the engine, above the crank pulley at the 1 o'clock position. It has a metal tab on it and a wire going to it. You may need to replace that. It costs about 150 bucks at a parts store or dealership.
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Old 01-30-2007, 02:00 PM
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I would love to take it some place warm, but I am stuck at school! I could buy some extension cords and plug her in. Any other ideas guys? PLEASE HELP!
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Open the fuel drain on the filter housing and cycle the key to see if you have pressure. If the fuel is gelled use a charcoal grill (after the fire is out and the coals are hot) to warm the tank. Remember fuel and fire don't mix well!
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