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2007 F150 no start no crank at all, good battery.

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First check the fuses related to the start circuit, if all fuses are good. Another quick check while you are in the area is the PCM relay. Take it out tap it lightly and reinsert back into the panel.
try to start with all fuses checked and PCM relay back in.
if still no start and you have some knowledge of starter motors and how they work, take a multi tester and check if you are getting voltage to start solenoid when your assistant is positioning the key to start.
if you have voltage and you hear nothing, try tapping the start solenoid (gently) and see if the starter then motors.
If still nothing then you most likely need to replace the starter solenoid/starter motor.
good luck,

Posted on Jan 23, 2019

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    Saul munoz Jan 23, 2019

    Just checked the solenoid and the wires conections were buildup, I cleaned them and engine started.
    Thank you.

  • md11flyer Jan 23, 2019

    You are welcome, glad it was a simple fix!


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One of 2 things come to mind--but first do the lights come on? if so the battery should be ok. Next-- my first thought is the alternator which supplies power to recharge the battery and is part of the starting cycle.

Posted on Jan 23, 2019

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    Saul munoz Jan 23, 2019

    The battery is only a few months old, it has good charge. Thank you Mary Petrangelo.



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Fuel pressure and spark is the first to check. The noise could be the starter needs shimmed.

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