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2000 F 250, right side bank will not fire

2000 F250, 5.4L... just rebuilt entire engine from the bottom to top. At the first start the entire right side (1-4 cylinders) will not fire. Have tested wiring harness, coil packs, injectors, new plugs.
Runs really rough, right exhaust manifold stays cool compared to left like the entire bank isnt firing. I am confident that the entire build was done correctly and there is no problems with timing.
Anybody out there have any sort of suggestions? I have stumped two professional mechanics so far.

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  • ryan_baker75 Apr 24, 2009

    re: right bank not firing. wyatt1582, checked all connections, everything is in order and plugged in. The local Ford dealership says they cannot test the computer if I pull it out. The most mysterious part of this problem is that the "service engine" light wont come on.

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Sounds like the computer is not working right or something is not plugged in, recheck all connection.

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