No power at all

Asked by Oct 25, 2016 at 03:59 PM about the 2001 Ford F-150 XLT Crew Cab SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My ex husband done something quickly to my 01
ford f150 4.6 so it would not start out of spit so I
could not leave. I do not know what he did but
there is no power at all like it doesn't have a battery
but it has a brand new battery & terminals, new
alternator. Can anyone please give me somewhere
to start. I was to there is a relay under the hood on
driverside that has ti do with it starting if the
fuse/relay is bad it could cause no power. Is this
try at all????? Please someone help. I am a single
mom of 3 kids & work 40 + hours a week so I have
ti have my truck. I had to get it towed last night
because it will not start & has no power at all

2 Answers

135

Fuse/spark plug/ or he may have just disconnected the battery a lil

20,715

On the fuse box also known as power distribution center under the hood a 12v lead will attach to a post on it supplying power.

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