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Old 09-21-2005, 02:04 PM
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2000 F-150 stalls - fuse box problem?

Hi all - I have a 2000 Harley edition with the 5.4 V8. I'm sitting there idling in the truck yesterday and it stalls. Try to start and just get a constant crank, no turnover. We opened the fuse box under the hood when everything else looked ok and just reseated all the fuses just for the heck of it and it started right up. No fuse was loose in particular but we tried them all. This happened 3 more times that day and just mashing down on the fuse box with the palm of my hand made it start up every time. Any thoughts??? Thanks.
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The back of the under hood fuse box connects thru the firewall to underdash wiring, there might be something loose there. Sound wierd, I've never heard of this problem
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