Hello Ken, I put it in neutral and no crank, no start. I have pulled and checked the fuses, and none are burnt but I have not checked both ends of the individual fuses in the box with the test light, yet I should get to it today. Looking over the wiring diagram I located the neutral safety switch and will check that also. I have an automatic transmission, so I won't have a clutch interlock switch on my truck, is that correct? Also, in the engine compartment fuse box none of the fuses are labeled with letters just numbers so #10 a 20-amp yellow maxi fuse which is to the starter relay coil instrument panel fuse is this Fuse J listed on the diagram. Lastly the starter relay (behind battery) isn't that the relay with two larger posts and a small post where one of the larger posts has a large red cable from the battery to the relay to the starter itself then the smaller post from the relay to the starter is the small trigger wire I checked yesterday, am I making sense to you. (I also have a 1989 F250 that did not crank, and that relay was bad but if I took a large screwdriver and arced the two larger posts together with the ignition in the on position the motor would start). I hope I am explaining this correctly, I want to take some pictures but my phone isn't connecting to my computer and I can't get the pictures downloaded from my phone to the PC to send to you, but I found my camera and I can use it to download pictures so I can send you photos if that helps. Thanks again for your patience, knowledge and time, my local mechanic retired last year but I am eager to learn all this with your help Ken. Talk to you soon. Thanks again.
Thursday, April 27th, 2023 AT 3:10 AM