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Crank........ kind of/ No start

06 6.0F-250 Bulletproofed with Livewire TS. Ran fantastic. Saturday stopped at an intersection and upon acceleration died. Will not start. Threw a P0232 code. Put 2 new batteries and a new fuel pump. Batteries will NOT hold a charge overnight. Checked for battery drain on all fuses and relays found nothing. Now tuner gauges are showing 5500 rpm and 230 oil temp when key is turned on. Checking the ICP tonight. Please help.
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For battery drain, since the batteries are in parallel, one has to be completely disconnected to get a good readings, otherwise amps are not read correctly. If this shows excessive, can’t remember off the top of my head, but I think its 50 ma or lower is OK, then its fine. If its higher, pull fuses until the high amps goes away.

Depending on how accessories are wired, some add ones the fuses may be hard to find or non-existent if the wiring is directly to the terminal. In my truck, I have a solar panel and it compressor hooked directly to the battery.

What happens when the live wire is removed altogethe?

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P0232:
Fuel pump secondary circuit high. Voltage is detected to be present at the fuel pump monitor circuit when it has not been commanded "on" for more than one second. Short to power or sticking relay.

Did you mess with any wires when you installed the new fuel pump?

If it is a fuel pump relay problem, then that is permanently located in the junction box under the dash. You would need a new junction box in that case.

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Cannot find any shorts. Now it's throwing P0108, P0110 codes. Could my starter be bad and messing up voltage to the computer.
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" stopped at an intersection and upon acceleration died. Will not start"
This is the most important factoid -- was any work done recently, previous to this event?

Likely if you find the electrical load, you will soon find the root of the original problem
Chafing of the engine harness leads to all manner of electrical problems -- look below the air cleaner where the harness bends to goto the pcm
Also the engine compartment fuse box can get corroded on the back side
Check where the small wires connect on the drivers side battery for good condition -- these feed the conputers

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P0232:
Fuel pump secondary circuit high. Voltage is detected to be present at the fuel pump monitor circuit when it has not been commanded "on" for more than one second. Short to power or sticking relay.

Did you mess with any wires when you installed the new fuel pump?

If it is a fuel pump relay problem, then that is permanently located in the junction box under the dash. You would need a new junction box in that case.

Follow ChrisSki's advice above!
Can you answer the previous question (in bold above)?
Did you follow ChrisSki's advice (checking for current flow and removing fuses one-by-one if you had higher than acceptable current flow)?

Your two new codes show electrical issues w/ the IAT sensor, AND the MAP and Baro sensors.

You need to look more deeply into the possibility of electrical issues w/ the sensors/components indicated by the codes.

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I just plugged the FP in. Did not do anything other than plug the new one in and check for chaffing.

I did pull fuses out one by one as per ChrisSki's advice. Trying to get a scantool so I can read pressues and such.
I read on another thread a bad starter could cause your electrical issues by pulling too much away from your PCM. What is your opinion on this?
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It is possible, but unlikely IMO. You can watch and/or measure the system voltage.

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