Could be a bad ECM. Mine burn up and I wasn't getting any spark. You can unplug the ECM and crank it while someone else checks for spark/spray some starting fluid down the intake to see if it fires. If you get fire, it's the ECM.
- 2001 F-150 XLT 4x4. 5.4, auto, manual t-case. Mostly stock for now...
- Mods- Pioneer single-din, 16in Eagle Alloys w/265-75's. - Future- Pioneer double-din, 2-10" subs, dual exhaust, torsion key crank.
- 1992 F-150 FlareSide - Lives again - 5.0 H.O., 31x10.50's, true duals with glasspacks
Last edited by ymeski56; 10-20-2011 at 09:22 PM.