2007 F 150 4.6L.Will not start

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Asked by Mar 20, 2015 at 06:05 PM about the 2007 Ford F-150 FX4

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Was out of town.Got in truck.Turned key to start.It started cranking but would not start.Let go of key and it kept cranking.It continued to crank until I turned the key off.Called garage and they came and installed new fpdm module.Fired up and away she went.Drove home 120km.No problem.The next morning I went out .Turned key to start and exact same trouble again.Phoned garage and they said check plug.Looked at the plug but it looks good..What would be problem?

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My 2010 with the 4.6 would do the same thing, engine keeps cranking when key is released, had to physically shut it off. But, it would only do it when I filled up with gas. Had to change the purge valve and solenoid assembly. Threw code 1450 I believe. See if there is an EVAP code stored in memory. Run great now.

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Believe it or not,new fpdm was faulty.It would work if you tapped on it.Replaced it and works ok now.I also purchased a spare.

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