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It turns over have good spark have fuel the security system armed its self i unhooked battery i went to go start and thats were iam any ideas
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hi, my alarm went off
just putting the key in the ignition will not do anything you have to turn the key to the on position until you see the red lights then press the unlock button on the key pad, while some alarm system has a reset button installed somewhere in the vehcile
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
If you have the second ignition key's with you try it. If not try this, it takes about 30 min to do. 30-Minute Learn Procedure 1. Turn ON the ignition, with the engine OFF. 2. Attempt to start the engine, then release the key to ON; the vehicle will not start. 3. Observe the SECURITY tell tale light. After approximately 10 minutes, the light will turn OFF. 4. Turn OFF the ignition switch, and wait 5 seconds. 5. Repeat steps 1 through 4 - two more times - for a total of 3 cycles of 10 minutes. 3x10 = 30 minutes. The vehicle is now ready to relearn the Passlock Sensor Data Code and/or passwords on the next ignition switch turn from OFF to CRANK Important: Turn the Ignition Switch OFF. The vehicle learns the Passlock Sensor Data Code and/or password on the next ignition switch transition from OFF to CRANK. You must turn the ignition OFF before attempting to start the vehicle. 6. Start the engine. The vehicle has now learned the Passlock Sensor Data Code and/or password. 7. With a scan tool, clear any DTCs if needed. History DTCs will self clear after 100 ignition cycles. Without a scan tool you may have momentary starter interruptions while history clears itself. Good luck and hope this helps, keep me posted, be glad to help.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
Check to see if you are getting the correct fuel pressure at the rail. It takes at least 55psi to push past the propets in the spider assembly. Cold weather requires even more psi. You can test this with a cheap fuel pressure gauge from almost any auto part store.
I would also check to make sure the ground for your pump has a good connection, it should be located around your rear bumper in the center. A weak ground will dramatically kill your psi, but still push fuel to the rails.
There is also a problem with the "expensive" spider assembly of that truck. The spider assembly holds the single injector and has 6 tubes going to each cylinder. The lines going into the assembly are known to leak. If you take off the manifold you can easily see if there are any leaks from it, there will be wash marks where the gas has cleaned it. Instead of buying a new spider assembly, there are rebuild kits for it.
If for come to the conclusion that you need a new fuel pressure regulator, don't let them lie to you in saying you need to buy the whole spider assembly. You CAN buy it separately for around $40. If you have problems finding it at local stores, search for it online.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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