Every manufacturer does things differently, and Ford has always been WAY different than everyone else. You still didn't say if you checked for spark, but there's a better way to know this is not a fuel pump problem. You said a light on the dash turned on, and I'm guessing that was the Check Engine light. The fuel supply system is not monitored so a failed fuel pump will not turn the light on. There is some other problem that told the Engine Computer to turn the fuel pump, and most likely the ignition system, off. Reading and recording the diagnostic fault codes will indicate which circuit needs further diagnosis. You need a scanner or a code reader to read the codes. If you can get the truck to an auto parts store, the people at most of them will read the codes for you for free.
Monday, June 29th, 2015 AT 6:14 PM