Do you have a low battery? Voltage should be 12.5 to 12.7 DCV on a fully charged battery, You would get nothing with 10 volts.
Battery is full
Oh, more awake, you have a V10 engine. So usually it is back at the fuel pump since you worked on it, check for power with a test light or something, more than likely a ground wire. Also check out the fuel pump relay. Lack of power is at one end or the other.
I have a Haynes book but no owners manual. And the Haynes book sucks. Not sure if I have found the fuel pump relay or not. Been googling stuff for days now I have found info staying it could be behind the radio. Any idea on finding accurate fuse diagrams or the relay
Look in the battery junction box...
This is the box under the hood doubt look like your picture.
Here's in the cab
The box under the hood, tilt your head to the left, the relays are on the right side of the fuses. It is the third one down from the top...
It is not the circled one, third one down.
Thanks got it on more thing might get 17 inch rims my came with 16s how much would three 17s take away from turning
All depends on the tires.
What you do is go to a lower profile tire.
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