Question about Ford F-150
It sounds like the ECM has been shorted out due to the jump start. The electrical system did something called throwing a spike. This is a surge that goes through the system directly through the ECM. The ECM Can't handel the current. The small circuits over heat and burn out. This causes all sorts of problems. It could also be the wiring that controls the relay bank. Have the ECM and all the relays checked. This will locate the problem. Hope this helps you out. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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