2010 F150 cranks but won't start
Talked to Ford Co. today (8/8/16) We need a large
group of people to call Ford to report the
issue...otherwise they won't see it as such a big
problem. Reading this forum supports that it is a
big problem. Please call 1-800-392-3673 and
report or register your problem to them!!!
PLEASE call so we can get this problem fixed!!!
You need a large group of people to call Ford because your F-150 won't start? It is not a big problem as far as I can see.
Bob, I believe he is referring to a very specific problem which seems to have been going on in a lot of late model Ford/Mercury product. It is posted in several other threads on this site with no true resolution. The vehicle in questions starts having crank, no start issues and seems next to impossible to definitively diagnose. It now appears that it is linked to the fuel pump driver module. In some cases it manifests by overheating the fuse to the fuel pump relay which powers the fuel pump. I just successfully solved the issue on my 2009 F150 after months of random crank, no start episodes. Early on it manifests after the vehicle has set for about 6-8 hours. Late in the game it get even more unpredictable. Mine caused damage to the underhood fuse box. The fuse rarely blows, it just gets hot and melts the fuse casing and possible the fuse box.
Don't be a troll bob!
Thanks to LarryM70. I experienced my 2009 F150 5.4 V8 starting in the morning, drive to town and when the truck was turned off, it would not start for an hour. Here is the melted 20a fuse for the fuel pump relay. Duke@66749
Looking for a Used F-150 in your area?
CarGurus has 7,302 nationwide F-150 listings starting at $1,995.
Search Ford F-150 Questions
Ford F-150 Experts