2009 Ford F-150 truck will crank but will not start
Work truck will crank continously with key in but will not start. After approximately three hours, it will start. Generally happens in the morning after it sits up over night. Ford dealership has not clue.....Any ideas???
could this be a problem with the firing system or computer. seems to be electronic problem.
I'm having same problem. Dealer cant figure it out. By the time a mechanic gets to it, it starts. Did you ever get an answer?
Did you find an solution for this problem? My 09 F150 won't start in the morning after it runs fine all day. It will start around noon
Ford finally fixed problem. traced problem to a overheat (blown) fuse for the fuel pump relay, fuel pump, and f.driver module
Bros F150 blows fuse every few months. Cannot locate cause. Autonation Ford says tough bananas. Truck was taken in before warranty ran out
I have been having the same problem for 3 yrs now. Every winter or when it is cold my 2000 Expedition (5.4) sometimes usually in the morning, will not start. I know the fuel pump is not coming on and I know that I have to turn the Ignition on and off again and again until I hear the fuel pump come on. Then it starts right up. This year when I hear the fuel pump come on I start it and sometimes it runs for a few seconds and dies and sometimes it starts and runs fine. I really need to fix it but still not completely sure what it is.
i had this problem this morning. EZ fix. Fuel relay pump fuse blown. Fuse loc 27 20A yellow
fuel relay pump fuse is/was the problem .. thanks
Had this problem today. Called butler Ford the#27 fuse 20 amp.there is a tech bulletin on this to relocate it.
That was way too easy #27 was the ticket been dealing with this for months . 4.6 2009 f150 fuse was actually melted .
Yep, it was the fuse. Melted. "easy #27 was the ticket been dealing with this for months . 4.6 2009 f150 fuse was actually melted" 100% correct! Simple fix.
I had the same problm i changed the fuse and now my truck runs rough but idles smooth.??
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