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Does it sound like it could be the module?

If the truck turns over but won't fire?

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Try checking your Inertia switch. It should be located behind a floor kick panel or behind and under the glovebox. This switch has a reset button and it disconnects the power to the fuel pump upon an impact. Sometimes the frequency of door closing or loading the bed will trigger this part.

Yes the Module could be the problem, but the Inertia switch is a common problem.

Posted on Dec 27, 2013

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SOURCE: Truck won't fire. new crank sensor,ignition

Try a new distributor ignition pickup

Posted on Oct 29, 2011

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