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Old 04-19-2004, 02:47 PM
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Unhappy E450 triton v10 petrol wiring diagrams - HELP!

Hope someone can help!

I have a V10 E450 Econoline 1999.

Since battery removal and replacement engine refuses to start.

It turns over but does not fire!

Any help would be of great assistance as the 36 foot beast cannot be moved!

General wiring diagrams would be much appreciated along with any diagnosis.

Many thanks.
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Old 04-21-2004, 01:08 PM
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I have aE450 Econoline V10 petrol 1999
Since battery removeal and replacement engine refuses to start.
It does turns over but refuses to start.
any help would be much appreciated
Wiring diagrams also urgently needed.
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Does it fire at all or nothing?
Have you checked fuses?
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Thanks for the reply.

Not firing at all.

All fuses checked.

Any other symptoms u can think of?
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You need to put a scredriver in the end of one of the plugs to see if you have spark. If you have spark, you may assume you might not have fuel. Somewhere along the fuel rail you might have a test port. It looks like a tire valve. Hold a rag near the fitting and poke the valve in the center to see if you have pressure on the fuel rail.

If you don't have fuel, and the truck has been towed or been in a fender bender, the fuel safety switch may have tripped. Look in the owners manual for the location. I assume they are still using these safety switches on the later vehicles.
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