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96 ford f150 5 l engine, replaced pcm twice, replaced whole distributor, tested ecc and cps. Fuel pumps tested. Still won't get fire to plugs or run fuel pumps

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    laymond_curt Nov 09, 2012

    did you ever fix this problem because i cant gety my fuel pumps to kick on and cant get no fire .....id really appericiate the help

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Ecc and fuel pump relays good? when the engine is turning over, does the ck engine light go out? if not the PCM isnt getting a crank sensor signal. Power and grounds all ok at pcm?

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