Question about Ford F-150
this could be a problem on the crank sensor.
Crank sensor is a very key component - if it fails, nothing works - no injectors, no spark. However, the sensor MAY be temperature sensitive - it may be failing hot - but the engine normally wouldn't even fire. Likewise, the Fuel pump and relay could be causing a problem, as could the PCM (ECU). But these are not normally subject to high temps....
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Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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