2000 Ford F-150 Q&A
2000 Ford F-150 Question: will not start theft light is on
The best way to go about this is by starting with a scan tool and pulling trouble codes. If you have another key, try it. Common failures are with the wires for the PATS receiver connector, they often break right at the connector under the column. - cardocIII
from what i have read,a bad coolant sensor will cause this.it sends a signal to the pcm that says,hey temp is way to hot and it will not start motor,it shuts down the switch and sometimes 4 injectors on 1 bank.there used to be 2 sensors,i for the guage and 1 for the head temp that sends a signal to pcm.now in mid 1999 they changed this to only 1 sending unit.it does the job that 2 of them used to do.it is mounted on pass. side under intake manifold,hard to see and get to it.where the other sensor used to be,they put a plug in it.if you go to autozone or any other parts chain,they will list 2,1 for guage and 1 for cyl. head,this is not true,depending on what month your truck was built.i am pretty sure the ford number is 6g004.and it is called a cylinder head temp sensor,or sending unit........steve.............let me know what you find wrong - stevieray1
I just brought this truck cash and the anti-theft light would come on and the truck would not start until it stop blinking. Finally the truck will not start any longer. I have heard my igintion may...
I am having a problem with my truck, it will start and be fine sometimes but then at times the blinkers will stop working and the truck just won't start sometimes? What could cause both of these p...
this is the first time happened
truck shut off after running very rough. would not restart. replaced the cpu. replaced the cam sensor. have good fuel preasure. any ideas