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It kinda sounds like it might be your car's computer that is something like a ECM. A bad coil pack could do same thing because with it being fuel injected that has no timing adjustment. What ever you do is don't try putting fuel into fuel jets as that will kill your engine computer. Read the Diagnostic Code Reader for a fault code that would provide area causing this problem.
Even the people you said that the alternator is good and you still loosing battery,why don't you ask them to do a power leak test,`like any circuit on radio,lights body contacts leak. Probably you might have somewhere something killing your battery. If what I said is already done,just do a final test by changing the alternator and see the outcome.
P1000 OBD II - Monitor Testing Not Completed This code means that the reader was unable to complete the test. It
doesn't mean there is anything wrong, kinda. It probably is due to the
chip. If your state inspection requires a clean test of the system and
they actually put a code reader on it for certification- you'll fail. If
they don't require a clean code, you'll be just fine.
Any time power to the pcm is interrupted you will see the P 1000 code.
That's all it is. So, if take your vehicle for an OBD smog check it will
fail if there is a P 1000 code, because the presumption is that the
battery had been disconnected to temporarily clear some other code.
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+Hello dkb195783: My name is Roger and I will help with your question. The amber check engine lamp is for the computer. What it is telling you is the computer has seen a problem. To find out what it saw you need to have the OBD2 computer test done. The reason is there could be 100 different things that could turn on the light. Any thing from a dirty fuel or air filter to a loose fuel cap could turn on the lamp. Your mechanic should be able to perform the test. Most part stores will also do the test. I would remind you though they sell parts. Do not put a sensor on the truck with out testing the sensor being replaced. The reason being is their could be a different problem causing the sensor to read out of range. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger
Hello blackharry58: My name is Roger and I will help. Attached is a picture of your fan belt routing. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger
i have seen this before and what i found to be the problem was the blower motor resistor block shorted out and kept the motor power up all the time. and would end up killing the battery. the resistor is located on the passenger side under the dash kinda behind the glove box