Question about Ford F-150
Check the fuses for the ECU just in case first then if all ok check the crank sensor with a automotive meter for a voltage across the multiplug connection of the sensor ,disconnect it and connect the meter to these two wires and see if it shows a pulse of voltage as engine is cranked .if no pulse replace the sensor ,if a pulse try the spare key in case the chip has dropped out of the key .
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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Dec 25, 2015 | Cars & Trucks
First off, is a check engine lite on,if so do you know the codes?It does have a cam sensor,the cam sensor malfunction gives a code reading,in general fuel probs do not give a code this is done bymanually checking fuel press ect....the module does give specific codes as well...I have seen a cam sensor give the prob. you list, BUT TEST BEFORE YOU BUY,you can get your own codes from the a.l.d.l connector,under dash...take a coated jumper wire and push one end into the g .circuit ,the other into the b terminal and watch the lite flashig in the dash,,ie, 2 flashes...pause then 4 flashes is an example....wilf
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