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post #1 of 6 Old 03-11-2010, 06:05 PM Thread Starter
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HELP? power after key out

so this evening i went to get in the truck and the radio was playing, got in and the odometer was lit up and the abs light was on, truck started fine, then i tried to turn it off and it kept running with the key off and pulled out. Pulled into my garage and turned it off again then turned off the head lights and the motor finally shut down, started it back to make sure it would but the radio, abs light, and odometer are staying on still so i unhooked both batteries.

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Well got home from work and hooked the batteries back up and everything is working fine now, a friend told me this morning that these trucks are bad to leak around the windshields, and it did rain last night when it messed up, so im off to try and find out if its leaking.

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Usually it leaks down the pillar and then to the electrical stuff down there. Feel under the dash to see if it is wet.
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Yes, pulled my fuse box cover off and it had water in it, now i cant get it started. It cranks over fine but will not start, its in my nice warm garage so i know its not the glow plugs.

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Ford fuse boxes look like stacked circuit boards inside. Try drying it out it and check the cpu fuse, sometimes removing the fuse and reinstalling them cleans the connection. You should remove the fuse box and check inside to see if it is cooroded, you might be able to clean and dry it out with WD-40.
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pulled the fuse box, and its all dry now, hooked my ESP pre-luber back up and finally got the truck running, so im thinking that i have an oil pump issue.

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