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2008 titan cranks no start no communication with modules pops off every once and awhile usually when battery voltage drops

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Battery Dead ?

Why does the battery voltage drop & why
are you not working on that issue ?

What has been tested so far & how & results ?

Posted on Nov 15, 2014


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SOURCE: intermittant no start, engine cranks..not a low

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If/How long will it crank over before it stops? Are you saying it will crank over, but very slow? Has it been sitting quite a while. Got good spark, and fuel?

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SOURCE: 2004 F-250, 5.4l gas. Won't start or even crank.

are you referring to the starter relay on the firewall? the voltage should drop to 0 when measuring across the signal path because the connection is made, essentially making it a piece of wire and there is no difference in potential between the two points. is there 12v to the starter motor? is the starter solenoid (located on the starter) receiving 12v? check fuses and fusible links. disconnect hot leads from the starter. remove the starter, and supply 12v directly to the motor. does the pinon gear extend and spin? starter.

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Make sure battery has a full charge and battery connections all good.
Yes, a module resets when you do that, the question is, which module? On the can buss system there are about 15 modules, can one module cause problems for others, yes.
If you have good enough info to locate all those modules and disconnect, one at a time, to see if other systems will work, fine.
You might be able to use manufacturer specific scanner to communicate with modules, to track it down. Those type scanners can be expensive. I don't have one.
Just about anybody here answering questions can crank the starter motor for you, just for testing, but, that doesn't mean it will start and run? If you want to try that, I'll help you.
The problem might be something very simple, but, at the moment, I don't know?
If somebody has a better answer, I'm certainly willing to learn.
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The engine not cranking could be several thing's an could involve different control circuits ! The place to start is checking battery connections an doing a voltage drop test . I know ,I know this is something new to you probably ! How handy are you ? mechanically inclined are you ? do you have a DVOM - digital volt ohm meter ? an if so do you know how to use it ? Second , the battery not hold a charge , you could have what is referred to as a parasitic draw , simply put ,something is not turn off, draining the battery . On vehicles ,even a 2006 model has several electronic control modules , Engine , ABS , Air bags , BCM , an more ! after awhile ,after the key is turned off , these modules power down , or go into sleep mode . Sometimes they don't, an cause the battery to drain . You can check it with the amp meter hooked up in series with negative battery post an negative battery cable , with negative cable disconnected fro the battery ! Watch these videos How To Perform Parasitic Draw Test EricTheCarGuy Starter Voltage Drop

If this doesn't look like something you can do , Then I suggest you take it to a ASE certified repair shop !

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What does these cods means, U0073 U0101

XL-7 (dash 7?)
"engine not starting" sure... but that is step 2, not 1.
but you failed to say does it crank robustly
if NO, those silly dash messages are a waste of time.

ever herd of jumper cable starts, or calling AAA and asking the man do jump start your dead battery?
are headlights dim?
charge your dead battery with a charger?
or replace it with borrowed charged battery?
or if dischanged, and you charge it and it starts now,does the alternator work> and give you, 13.3v to 15v battery voltage
no? then dont drive too far or this will strand you. as battery dies again,

is the battery good, 12.6vdc rested and 11v min, cranking?
if the battery gets too weak, it cranks too slow and voltage falls too much and the ECU/PCM/BCM (brains) will fail and dump lots of codes.
one code is low battery.
the FSM book covers all code, buy one or look at

0101 =
Lost Communication With TCM 0073 (can-bus network failure)
The module setting the DTC has attempted to establish communications on the serial data circuits more than 3 times. BCM, DRR, HVSM, PPS, PSCM, Radio, RCDLR, ROS, RSA

engine not starting
but you failed to say does it crank robustly
if NO, those silly dash messages a waste of time.

ever herd of jumper cable starts, or calling AAA and asking the man do jump start your dead battery?
are headlights dim?

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Is there a SECRUITY light lit on your instrument cluster ? Did you check the starter relay in the under hood fuse / relay center ?
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