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I have a 1999 Ford F5 50 with a triton V 10 engine I am

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I have a 1999 Ford F5 50 with a triton V 10 engine I am having problems I think with my PCM I have my two second interval for the fuel pump it up but it keeps power running to the tank even without cranking the engine and my scan tool will not connect to read the PCM I would like to find out how to verify it is the PCM before I spend $500 putting a new one in
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Ford
Customer: replied 4 months ago.
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Customer: replied 4 months ago.
I meant to say properly diagnose that ECu so I know is that for sure and if I put a new one and I don't fryer it
Customer: replied 4 months ago.
Also my scanner will not read information off the ECu or even communicate with OBD two
Customer: replied 4 months ago.
I also have a low voltage reading 6.8 on the center terminal on the small fuel pump relay it's number to relay on the center poles
Expert:  Jeremy replied 4 months ago.

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To understand correctly, you turn the key on and the fuel pump stays activated the whole time with the engine off?

On the diagnostic plug, have you checked it for the power and the grounds on the different points of read? I would test the OBD port and see if you are getting the signals to the port.

CLICK HERE fore a video on how to do that check.

Rule that diagnostic plug out first. If you have no power on the bottom right pin on the plug, the PCM is not sending the chassis power.

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Customer: replied 4 months ago.
Are you talking about the bottom right plug on the ECM or on the relay I need a little more specification thank you
Expert:  Jeremy replied 4 months ago.

On the OBD port, like it shows in the video. See if you have power on it.

The truck will start and run normally?

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