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Old 09-26-2012, 09:09 AM
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My wife wrecked our 05' 6 liter. After the accident, truck sat for right at a year, before trying to start it. Damage was all drivetrain,front diff , steering link,wat i mean is the motor wasnt hit. Now with 2 new batteries, new fuel, the inertia switch reset, it wont start. Please help me...
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Old 09-26-2012, 09:14 AM
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Won't start or won't crank at all?
I'd change oil, filter, fuel filters too

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It will crank, but not start. My body man just told me he bought a scanner and put it on it and it read code-1378. He said this comes bak as low voltage to FICM. Does that make sense after an accident, that FICM just goes bad? Thanks for the replys and help.
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It will crank, but not start. My body man just told me he bought a scanner and put it on it and it read code-1378. He said this comes bak as low voltage to FICM. Does that make sense after an accident, that FICM just goes bad? Thanks for the replys and help.
It is a circuit board so it is possible, I would make sure all the connections are still good underneath it

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