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I had an interlock device installed and removed. I bought a new pump what do I do now
Try taking fuel line off at engine and wind over. might have air lock
Posted on Apr 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try the fuel filter and make sure you have proper oil pressure!! Remeber if you have tried craking to many bad times then the plugs are going to be fouled out!! Means that they are going to be drowned with gas and need replacing!! Also make sure your fuel pump is coming on!! You should hear a hissin or a hummin noise back from the fuel tank!
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
was the battery fully charged before installing it ? if it ran good before you installed the battery then it has to be your new battery at fault ?? unless i missed something here .. did you clean all posts inside the battery cables ? holler if you need more
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
the sliding door is probablly draining the battery,, have door checked.. make sure tracks are clean and hinges are not binding
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
There are several possibilities ranging from a defective starter, to bad cable connections, to the onboard security system locking out the starter relay, or an aftermarket accessory interfering with the starter circuit, or a locked-up/damaged engine.
I have had vehicles towed into my shop for similar complaints when the only problem was that the customer was using a cheap duplicate key that they had made at the hardware store that did not have the required computer chip in it.
I have also had vehicles towed in where the customer had replaced the battery and did not have good cable connections or forgot to connect one of the wires that was supposed to to get hooked-up to the battery connector.
Then there are the questions: Are you getting any kind of "clicking" noises when turning the key or is it completely dead? If it is clicking, WHAT is clicking? Is it the starter motor itself that you hear or just the starter motor relay? Do you have battery power at the starter "S" terminal when turning the key? If not, is the transmission selector in "PARK"? Does the shift indicator on the dash indicate that the transmission range sensor is in "PARK"? (possible defective transmission range sensor) Are there any fault codes stored in ANY of the modules connected to your onboard computer network?
It is really hard to say without being able to see the truck.
Posted on Mar 18, 2012
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