1997 Ford F150 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 172000 miles
my truck is in a start/no run situation. I Rebuilt the 4.2L and have put 2000 good miles on it when it just bucked, coughed and stalled out last week. Checked the mechanics of the motor. Fine(timing, compression, all good). Fuel delivers a static 35psi to the rail and is being injected into the cylinders and there is spark. No code has been thrown out by the PCM. All sensors I have checked(TPS, IAC, IWT) are good. I am having issues finding out what voltage I should be seeing going into and out of the Cam Angle sensor and the Crank position sensor. The Cam angle is new from the rebuild. I am at my last resource here before I say its the PCM that quit. So some voltage knowledge and where to go from there would help me greatly. Thanks
have the same problem?
Wednesday, August 4th, 2010 AT 9:41 PM