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Was going down the highway the truck cut out then started to go again. a couple of feet down the rod the truck cut out again and would not go anymore. Had to have it towed home becauce it would not start up. The speedometer is now stuck the truck was going when it stop. the truck turns over. the instument panel on the dash will not light up when you turn it over. Changed the fuel pump, did not help. Do you have any ideals?

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Try some starting fluid. make sure it has spark..

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Hello Foxyj476,
If you don't have if fixed by now Give me just a little more info
Year and engine size, But without that I can only help you out with what I can guess, It sounds like the ECM has went You obviously changed the fuel pump so we can eliminate that so I would say that the computer or ignition Module went out. Another thing is to take a good look at the fuse links down by the starter and make sure one of them is not bad. The way you would check them is to grab them in your finger and squeeze them and if there nice and firm but not hard they are alright and if there crusty then there bad, But I really don't think thats it, I am leaning more towards the electronics. Check and make sure your getting spark and if not it is more than likely its the ignition control or the computer. Ok foxyj476 hope that sends you in the right direction. Thanks for using Fix Ya Bear001.. Oh yeah if you need to give the info because of what is suggested is not your problem give me a line back here and we can try some more testing.

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  • bear001 Jul 22, 2008

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    I see Its 4.3 liter so the chances are it may be computer. But first check for spark and make sure its getting good Spark, Like you said you have already changed fuel pump so we can pretty my rule that out.

    Do you hear the fuel pump run ? Make sure you hear It when you turn your key on in to On position not cranking it, Listen closely and you should hear the Pump run for may be 2 seconds like this bzzzzz. Ok after you check for spark and if it has any Let Me know. But it If it doen't Your probably looking a your Ignition Module, Hope that Helps You out, And get back and let me know. Oh Yeah Foxyj476 If there is any one you Know with a OBD II computer It will tell You what exactly is wrong with it, Making it much easier to fix, But If You want to continue to trouble shoot with me I will be avail. until thursday then I won't be on line for about a week. So Check those things and get back to me, You can email me at bear1 at huges dot net I wrote it like that because it can not just be seen by anyone, Hope Everything works out and hope to hear from you soon..

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