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Truck won't start

My truck won't start. I am not getting electricity to my fuel pump, coil, or sparkplugs. Is it the computer?? or something else??

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  • billwilly73 Nov 17, 2009

    I have checked all fuses and relays...........could it be the crank sensor?

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Check all the fuses

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  • j m Nov 17, 2009

    The crank sensor wouldn't affect your pump. The fuel pump receives power for only a second or two after the key is turned on if the vehicle doesn't start to run. If your pump doesn't get any power at all then i'd check the main ignition power wires from the ignition switch to make sure they have power when key is in the on position, usually dark blue or black/orange and approx. 10ga wire. coming out of the ignition switch.

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