wont start

Asked by Jun 26, 2015 at 10:14 AM about the Ford F-350 Super Duty

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

got a 2004 ford f350 6.0 I had it towed last week and they unhooked linkage on transmission to tow it every since the been having trouble wit it starting, I would move shift lever and it would start, now all it does is just clicking sounds from fuse box check relay all are good any ideas

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26,035

They unhooked the linkage- weird- they should know how to tow a car without messing it up- I think you are looking at taking that to your mechanic to get a diagnosis-

118,425

Never heard of anyone having to unhook the linkage to tow a rig, usually just the drivelines is all it takes. That sounds like the selector switch is out of place, this really should be done by a professional so the switch can be seen by the ECM.

they unhooked so they could turn it around and lift it from the rear, I wasn't at my truck when they came to pick it up, that's what im thinking may have to take it to mechanic.... grrrrr

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