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Asked by Feb 07, 2016 at 12:43 AM about the 2003 Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a Ford F-150 fuel pump works gets
gas will not start I have no ideal what's
wrong replaced fuel pump and filter and
gas tank and spark plugs and wires still will
not start

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5,915

What year is it?

2003

5,915

Do you have any codes stored in the PCM? (DTC Codes for check engine light)

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I bought a code scanner and it's not reading it

5,915

Ok - If my memory serves me well (which is questionable at times as I was a Ford Service Manager for years) Those years had some weird issues with failing Fuel Pump Driver Modules. when they fail they leave the truck with a crank no start situation and no DTC's present. Part runs about $100 aftermarket last I remember. Might be worth a shot

5,865

okay...slow down...I do believe the problem is more basic than we think...since it's a 2003, it's had plenty of opportunity for the battery and battery cables to corrode and stop letting proper amperage through~ something as simple as the ground cable to the block if corroded can play hell with performance...just a thought~

My cables fine no corrode

7,675

Check engine compression, u may have a bad timing chain also try it with ur spare key just to make sure

5,865

god forbid jumped a tooth~ how many 000's of miles?

5,865

as Irori011 has asserted a compression check would tell us right away, do we get a cough cough...or just whir whir whir DEAD~ with no sound coming from the valve train...or this sounds normal? kinda have to know if the engine sounded right before the troubles~ I do believe you've got an electric fuel pump the disabler under the driver's dash may have been triggered~

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