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Electrical problem 2000 f 350

2000 f 350, 245000 miles. Fuel pump fills the filter housing. Truck will crank but will not start. The gauges and wts do not work when you turn the key on. Tach does not move when cranking. The fuse for the instument cluster has no power to either side.
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Fuse for fuel heater is probably blown. Disconnect fuel heater and replace fuse.

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Thanks for the fast reply. Just checked that fuse and it is showing hot on both sides. Then I replaced it with another 30 amp fuse. Still the same problem. Also found another fuse for the "Starter Motor Relay Coil" that has no power to either side.

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Just gave it a shot of starting fluid and it fired off but it only idles. Peddal has no response.
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Wait to start light working now?

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No sir. All the gauges still not working either.
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unplug the tps on the accelerator pedal and check all the fuses underneath the steering wheel, one of them should be blown. after you replace the fuse try and start it with the pedal unplugged. just had a truck today do the same thing and thats what i found, i just dont remember the fuse number.

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