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I have a 2006 f150 that wont start, I have power but I am reading 18v from fuse box to inertia switch and all the way back to the fuel pump, what could the problem be?

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  • Amanda N Aug 09, 2013


    no just from the fuse panel to the fuel pump. The fpdm has been changed as well as the inertia switch. since this post we took apart the fuse panel and I mean TOOK IT APART lol it now starts but wont stay running it doesn't even sound like the pump is running!

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18 volts ? Is that the reading at the battery too ?

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