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I have a 06 250 i had a check engine light on and read the dtcs i had 8 dtc and all where injector low cir on all 8 injectors. Now the truck is also cranking over really slow and then after two cycles the battery goes dead i had the batterys load tested and they said they where good. The truck will not start at all could this be the ficm or do u guys think its the battery's. the truck started before and ran great untill it sat over night and then it would not start and batterys would be dead.
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sounds like a battery problem to me, have you tried to jump start it?

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I jumped it twice before and it started and was fine after it ran and got hit but when it would sit over night then it would drian down but it was crankinng over slow and I would have to give it throttle to get it to fire now it will sputter under full throttle but won't run
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If the battery voltage gets low while cranking, the computer can't operate. No computer = no working injectors. If your batteries load test good, but they are dead after sitting overnight, you have a drain on them while not running. It still sounds like a low voltage problem. When you jump start it do you use cheap cables or thick ones? I like using 2 sets of 4ga. cables while jumping mine.

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