Question about 2000 Ford F150 Flareside SuperCab
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: truck wont start
This is a common concern with this year model Ford diesel. There are several things to make the truck not start. There is a high-pressure oil sensor on the rear of the passenger side valve cover that if it fails won't let your engine start, there is a cam sensor on the front of the engine that if fails won't let your engine fire. Check all of your fuses and check the injector control module relay in the fuse panel under the hood. There are others that are best handled by ford, there is another high-pressure oil sensor down in the engine valley beneath the intake, the high-volume oil pump could of gone out, a high pressure oil line that if leaks won't let your truck start. the injector control module that if fails the replacement must be programmed to your trucks computer. Ford has a computer specifically designed to work on these trucks and they should beable to check your pump by looking at the oil pressures as it turns over. You can change the cam and the oil sensor on the valve cover yourself but they are expensive around $150.00 a piece and that may not fix it. I recommend taking it to the dealer and letting them looking at it. I know first hand that just throwing parts at it hoping to fix it can get expensive. Hope I was able to help you and answer your questions.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
If you don't think your getting the ground command through your PCM, you can make your own ground just by bypassing the PCM all together. First you need to find a PCM connector end view showing which pins are which wires and locate the ground you need for that circuit. Then you need enough wire to loosely run from your battery negative terminal to the PCM connector. I you can back probe the PCM ground wire with a sewing needle and wrap the new wire around it, and attach the other end to the batt. neg. your just allowing the PCM to get it's ground another way. If it still doesn't start, try swapping fuel pump relays w/ a head light relay or one w/ the same part number on it. If you can't find one, just hot wire the pump relay again just to see if it starts and runs. If it does start and run you'll need to go to a wrecking yard and pick up a used PCM and maybe buy a relay for the fuel pump. I sincerely hope this info helps in some way.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
try changing the igniton module on the distribuitor in most cases it's the problem if you dont want to buy it you can take the ignition module to a autozone and they will check it for free
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
check your relay and your fuel filter should be replaced every 30,000 miles
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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SOURCE: 2002 Ford Expedition Fuel pump
possible fuel pump shorting out problem, disconnect fuel pump wiring connector located around tank area under vehicle & turn key on again. if no more clicking from relay or theft warning stops. then change fuel pump, and check the short wiring harness to fuel pump for overheat signs.
Posted on Jan 15, 2011
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