Gauge cluster

Asked by Aug 29, 2017 at 07:59 PM about the 2002 Ford F-150 XL SuperCab 4WD SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My son took his gauge cluster out to repair the
odometer, now after putting it back together it will
not start, everything keeps saying it's that Pat
system, his security lights are not flashing though
or staying on, it's turning over, but will not start,
he's only 15 so don't be to hard on him, he's
devestated he spent all his summer job money on
this truck.

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Any time you work with vehicle electronics you should first disconnect your battery cables. Just something to keep in mind. After that, remove your cluster assembly and verify those two large connecters are fully seated without any bent pins. If they're okay, and the truck still won't start, have it towed to your nearest Ford dealership so they can reprogram your keys to the cluster assembly. Possibly some static electricity could have wiped out the programming. Now, you need to have two previously programmed keys for the truck for them to reprogram everything. If not, expect to pay Ford a hefty price to cut/program new keys for you. Congrats on the new truck though, hope everything goes ok for you.

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