Drove home fine next morning would crank but would not start. Checked fuses and found the OBD connection fuse blown and replaced it. Switched around the relays the only way I could see if it was fuel pump relay. Battery went dead after so many attempts at starting it. The battery was pulled out and left out for over twenty four hours. I believe the codes were cleared because the battery stayed disconnected. Not sure if I can get them back up now because it will not start and drive for the codes to be thrown again. The MIL light does come on but that is normal while the key is in the on position before start. Right? I now have a OBDII/EOBD+ABS scan tool tried to run a diagnostics and could not get any codes. Not sure what to do. I believe it's something in the fuel. Any help will be great help. It is my wife's truck and she needs it to get to work. Cannot afford to put it in a shop and she is really counting on me to get it running. I need help! Thank you for any knowledge that can be given.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, December 20th, 2016 AT 11:04 PM