I own a 2005 f150 crewcab, two days the motor started to miss like water in the gas. today as I was driving it stared to miss again and than it shut down, will not start, no power on key, its like the computor shut everything down. The battery is good. can someone tell me whats the problem, Is it my anti theft system is after shutting my motor down.
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activate the anti theft,with doors shut and locked,and the hood and trunk,wait about 1 minute,then disarm the anti theft,and try and start,see what happens,also,do not disconnect the battery,the computer can loose it`s memory.
all general motors vehivles from 97-2005 contain an anti-theft system, called a passlock system. try this it will work on a malibu theft system. turn key on engine off for about 10 minutes,after 10 minutes turn key off. wait 15 seconds then try to start car. if it is the passlock system this will reset it.
if the car does start without a jump start/boost, you probably have a bad starter motor. if you pump the gas when it doesn't start, the car will run rough when it starts until the extra fuel burns off.
This could be caused by either a faulty Crank Shaft Position Sensor or the anti-theft system. Try put key in, turn to ON position for EXACTLY 10 minutes, As SOON as anti-theft light shuts off or stops flashing, then IMMEDIATELY start the engine.
Is the 4 wheel light flashing on the dash. If so the problem could be in the computer if it is electronic 4 wheel drive. It can also be the motor on the transfer case or the switch on the dash. You can check the switch on the dash and see if you are getting power to it and out of it. Then you can check and see if you are getting power to the motor on the transfer case. If you are getting power in the switch but none coming out of it when switch to the 4 wheel drive position it is the switch but if you are and are getting power down to the motor on the transfer case it is the motor on the transfer case. If you are not getting power to the switch then it is in the control computer for it mounted in the dash behind the radio.