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The PCM (Power Control Module) is under the dash next to the parking brake. Left to right - Kick panel, parking brake assembly, PCM (Box roughly 6" square, 1-1 1/2" inches thick, standing verticle.) Once you find it, put your hand on it while cranking to see if its buzzing. PCM could be an issue.
Mine died about 2 1/2 months ago - I got nothing no Wait to Start, no fuel pump....dead.
Has your truck had the CPS (crank position sensor) changed? There is a recall for these and it "Potentially" could be it. If the PCM doesn't see input from the CPS the truck won't run.
Just some suggestions. Good luck!
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