Question about Ford F-150
HAve you checked fuses? Pull them out and look at them. If good replace them. This procedure takes care of corrosion problems also. With the key on you should have one wire with battery voltage. B+. (sending a diagram) The other wires are grounded out by the ECM. per the crank sensor. The ECM grounds out two cylinders at a time, one on the compression stroke(fire) the other on the exhaust stroke of another cylinder. You having NO codes would be abnormal. Since you have no start conditions. I'm sending you a diagram, and pin outs for the ECM and the crank sensor, and the coils.
Posted on Nov 18, 2014
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