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.
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Your problem can be a couple of things - loose/glazed fan belt, alternator not putting out enough and/or a worn out battery. I would jump start car, stop by any good parts store and have them do a free charging system test and load test battery. That way you're not throwing parts at it blindly.
You may need to have it test with a load, i.e. while still in truck. While there is no load it is possible for it to check out as good, but once it needs to "work" it will give out. The other option could be that there could possible be a wiring problem. The wire from the alternator is coroded or broken. Use a volt meter to check votage at the begining and end of each wire.
There is a defect in the charging system...battery juice that is being used is not being replaced. This is typically caused by a faulty alternator or voltage regulator. Take the car to an autoparts store and have the alternator tested. Most parts stores will test the alternator at no charge. If the alternator is defective it will have to be replaced. Hope this helped you. Best wishes.
check to make sure the security light is not on if it is the van will have spark but no injecter pulse the best way to solve this issue is to have the original igniton key and put it in the igniton in the run position and leave it on for 10 minutes then the light will flash then try to start the van
Dash lights draw so little that you could nearly run them with a couple of good flashlight batteries...Your starter draws more amps than anything else in the car. Check your battery connections and clean them. check actual battery voltage to make sure you have at min 12v. After making sure you have good power check power at the starter main terminal, starter relay and small wire on the starter (should have 12v when key turned to "start". If you still have a problem after testing post back.
first check to see if battery fully charged and if it isn't put it on a charger and if the truck takes a jump and you can get it running while it is running take the positive side of the battery cable off and if it dies then it could be the alternator if it doesn't die then it could be the drive belt because if the belt is slipping that will also cause the battery to loose charge and the truck will not start