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Old 11-04-2013, 06:02 PM
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Ignition/dash module??

Hi y'all:

I've got a 2000 Excursion with the 7.3 diesel.

I just had some work done to the truck, including new batteries and I think a fix for a fan running after the truck was shut off, draining the battery.

About 10 days after getting it back, I went to start the truck. I didn't wait long enough for the 'wait to start' light to go off, so it cranked a bit and I decided to stop turning it over. When I went to try it again, there was nothing. No cranking, nothing. Then it acts like the batteries are dead. No dash lights when I turn the key.

I have to admit I haven't tested the batteries, but they are new. Just wondering if there is some fuse or module that went, or what. My new batteries wouldn't be dead?? I don't even have a multimeter/tester.

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