2005 F350 6.0L Powerstroke won't crank
My 2005 F350 6L Powerstroke diesel will not crank. Both batteries are new and starter/solenoid are new. It had this problem a week ago, and I replaced the starter. Truck fired right up with no issue. 1 week later, same problem...won't crank. All lights come on dash and all power seems to be fine, just no crank. Could this be a problem with the ignition switch? I noticed once before that if I put the truck in neutral it would start. That doesn't work any longer. Is there a gear selection sensor that could cause this? Thanks for any advice.
Replace the neutral cut off switch.
Thanks for your help. Where is it located on a 2005 F-350. I think it's the 5R110 (5C3P-7000-KB). Is it on the transmission or on the steering column?
Your best bet is to join thedieselstop.com You having a 6.0 diesel and the problems that come with them there are guys who can really help you there.
The neutral cut off switch on the transmission i had the same problem with my 2003 f350 6.0
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