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sport trac electrical problem PLEASE HELP

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by 02sportcrap, June 5, 2013.

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  1. 02sportcrap

    02sportcrap New Member

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    I have a 2002 sport trac that a buddy and i have been putting an engine in. the engine is in and hooked up but i am not getting any power from fuel pump (could coincidentally be dead) and i am not getting any power to the little starter wire when i try to start it. starter relay clicks but thats all. also i hook up my scanner to the obd and i get nothing. but yet my obd port has power because i used a test light and prodded around and i have power and the obd fuse is good.. ANYONE HEAR OF THIS CRAP AND HAVE AN ANSWER I AM ABOUT TO PULL MY HAIR OUT! :mad:

    Things i have tried.....
    - OBD fuses as well as all other fuses.
    - I had a test light to the small wire so i know for a fact there is no power and that the starter is not just bad
    -checked all grounds and connections.
    tested wire going to neutral safety switch and there is power on that end but still think thats not it anyway
    -jumped the starter with ignition on and got it to run with ether (because the fuel pump is not working for whatever reason as the car wont start.)
    -all gauges and lights seem to work good

    things left to do

    -push it off a cliff
     
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    02sportcrap New Member

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    ok update. the ecu plug was a little loose. I tightened up the bolt but still no starter power
     

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