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post #1 of 30 Old 01-30-2007, 06:14 PM Thread Starter
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no wait to start light

my buddy has a 99 psd with 6 speed and predator tuner. ran fine yesterday. he went out to start it today and he has no wait to start light and it won't start. predator won't recognize the vehicle. what do you guys think?

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i thought u guys wold be all over this one!

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find blown fuse for fuel heater sounds like heater is shorted in filter housing and blown fuse , which will cause concern you are referring to

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if it is blown ,unhook white conector on back of filter housing ,and everything should work fine ,dont have to have fuel heater

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thats what it was a bad fuel heater. thanks for your help.

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i want to bump this. i have the exact same problem,however i have no blown fuses and my transfer pump is not getting any power to it...i have no "Wait to start"...just cranks and no start now..i really really miss my truck and it just did this today..please help!!!...if i gotta be stuck id rather be in the mud..
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if you dont have a wait to start light , the pcm isnt getting power , you may want to look at those fuses again, the wait to start light is controlled only by the pcm ,

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I had same problem,found a bad relay under hood.

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ok...i found the bad pcm relay...replaced it and it ran till i got home..on the way home service engine light came on with water in fuel and blew the new relay again....i replaced the fuel filter sbout a week ago...do you guys think i may have grounded out the heater in the bowl??...thank you guys for the awsome input...im a diehard ford super duty fan and im not givin up on my truck.
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ok...i found the bad pcm relay...replaced it and it ran till i got home..on the way home service engine light came on with water in fuel and blew the new relay again....i replaced the fuel filter sbout a week ago...do you guys think i may have grounded out the heater in the bowl??...thank you guys for the awsome input...im a diehard ford super duty fan and im not givin up on my truck.
i still think that you definitly have a fuel heater issue yes

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