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06 f150 will not turn over

Load tested battery.It was good.If you go to start the truck it doesnt do anything but throw a wrench light and read check gauges in the message center, tried both keys and still nothing disconnected battery and tried to see if anything would reset and still nothing,check power to the starter and its getting power checked the remote wire and it doesnt get power when turn the ignition switch to the start position,jump the starter with remote switch and truck just turns over,with the key in the on position.
anything would be helpful;

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  • Anonymous Aug 13, 2008

    have same trouble

  • darylwhitty Aug 23, 2008

    mine doese the same thing.

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    Truck has no juice when I turn the key to start. If I disconnect the positive on the battery wait a few seconds and the reconnect, it starts right up



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