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Did the truck run fine until you did service on it?
Ok ford has a new reprogram for your problem.They will have to reprogram the pcm,ficm,and tcm.What happens is the injector spools are sticking and the new program will adjust them.If the problem is still there after the reprogram you have bad injectors.You can do a power balance to find which one.
Now for your no start.Check and make sure all filter caps are tight.If they are the injector problem could be it or you have a oil issue not building up enough pressure to start.
Try starting the truck with starting fluid.If if starts run it for awhile then shut it off.If still wont start you have a oil leak.You will have to do a air pressure test on the oil system to find the leak.
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the fuseable link off the solenoid on the passenger side of the engine that goes to the batteries was melted as well
You will not see the oil leaks they are internal.This really sounds like the high oil pressure pump connecter is bad.There is a connector behind the pump and it goes bad the orings in it blow out.This will not allow the oil pressure to build up past 500 psi.You really need to get it to the ford dealership so they can preform the block off test.
Did you replace the melted wire already?
the last time I was at the dealer they said my injectors were sticking and to install a block heater to help that. (told it was a bad design on fords part to use the engine oil for lubrication to begin with) now it is warmer and didn't improve. It ran okay on Monday but tuesday it doesn't want to be nice at all.. single parent and cant afford a huge bill from ford
I didn't notice the melted wire until after the no start problem... I even changed the fuel filters a second time thinking it was that