2014 f150 will crank but won't start?
My 2014 f150 will crank but won't start. The steering
wheel is impossible to turn and brake pedal doesn't want
to press down. Truly at a loss as to what the issue may
be. Any help would be appreciated. Also, the power
seems to be working fine with all electrical inside cab.
Isn't your truck under warranty? I would take it straight to your Ford Dealer and let them fix it.
Without the engine running you won't have any power assist for the steering or the brakes. And on these trucks the assist helps ALOT. If under warrenty send it to the dealer. If not have your codes pulled and we can go from there.
Had it towed this morning to the dealer and now waiting to see what they say.
could just be a bad starter.
After getting it to the dealer, they said that it was the fuel pump driver module. The part #aa8z9d370d. They charged me $34.37 and then $165 for labor. Said that particular part isn't covered under the warranty. Blows my mind that a piece that is required for fuel pump to work is not covered under the warranty and yet the fuel pump is.
our 2013 F150 just wouldn't crank getting back into it.....son in law went to get 4 hrs later it cranked..ummm......checked on google.....on Ford help site....several people same problem.....Ford centers charged $100 but truck wasn't doing it then...the technician on the Ford site said try Fuse 27 under hood in box.........guess what ............IT FIXED our truck today.....just like it did all the others that asked on that site. Thank you Ford Technician
Fuel relay fuse number 27 worked for me. It was burnt up.
Ha!! my 2014 F150 was doing the same thing. Some times it would start and some times all it would do is crank over. I just checked #27 fuse under the hood and sure enough, it had been getting hot and melting plastic over the connection on one side of the fuse. Guess that explains why sometimes it would start and sometimes it wouldnt. Thank you Ford Technician or should i say whistle Blower. Ford would have to know the issue by now. Sad that so many people have had to pay dealers so much money to fix something that wasnt even broke to begin with. Helping Ford pay back some of those Government loans.
Just had the same thing happen with mine - fuse was pretty toasted and melted on one side. Replacing the fuse fixed it for me. I’m concerned about what is causing this fuse to do this though? Is the fuel pump going bad? Those of you who replaced the fuse, have you had any more problems with it?
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