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Old 06-08-2011, 04:22 PM
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Help no logic input voltage going into ficm

2003 6.0 friends truck had stereo stolen they didn't trash it too bad but since then it will not start I have no logic input voltage to FICM if I give it voltage at the 10a fuse the FICM puts out a nice 48 volts and starts fine as soon as I take away power dead I have tried darn near everything to trace the this circuit and am now plum outta ideaers
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It runs to the FICM relay and should energize when that relay energizes. Do you have that diagram? it's a fairly simple circuit.
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Here's a diagram I drew up to help a guy get a 6.0l running in a Ranger. The pin locations may be different, but this will give you a general idea of how the power is coming and going.

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Thank You I will give it a go with the new info. Still don't think it's fair to bring electrical stuff to the guy who don't drink.
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Also Google 6.0l FICM Guide. Good info in that PDF.

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Well I now know that I have no power going into relay to engage it the chase goes on
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anyone have anyideas where the power feed for the ficm relay comes from and if so could this be controled by ford security system
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Well I now know that I have no power going into relay to engage it the chase goes on
Have you checked the 50A fuse that feeds it? I can't attach this PDF I have of the engine electrical.....grrrrrrr

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Might be able to see it here: http://www.backglass.org/duncan/ps60...l/ps60_091.jpg
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check fuse f2-22 and the wiring to the fan clutch
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check fuse f2-22 and the wiring to the fan clutch
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man it been rough. I have not pulled the wiring diagram but its pretty simple. the ficm relay has to power polls and 2 ground polls just figure out wich of the 4 is missing and trace backwards.
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man it been rough. I have not pulled the wiring diagram but its pretty simple. the ficm relay has to power polls and 2 ground polls just figure out wich of the 4 is missing and trace backwards.
I know it's been hotter than a bitch wolf in a pepper patch there and not much cooler here. Is f2-22 the 50A fuse?
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This truck is going to drive me nuts I have ignition power to ficm the wires from ficm output to ficm relay are good however I get no output from ficm to engage the 50a relay is it possible that the Gold remote start/theft system maybe messin with me
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the relay has 4 pin what pin on the relay exactly is not got power. look at the bottom of the relay for the relay pin number.
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thanks for the help I am not sure what the pin number is it is the on closest to the firewall that receives the voltage from I beleive pin 27 or there about on the ficm I have checked the wiring from the ficm to the relay and it is good I am told that the truck ran fine before it was broken into and the stereo stolen I am looking hard at the alarm system right now. If per chance my friend is yanking my chain in an effort to have insurance fix his truck I may explore other uses for the 48 volts from the FICM
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