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Hi there! My name is XXXXX XXXXX I would like to try and help you resolve your problem! Hopefully, together, we can get to the bottom of this !
Can we start with the last 8 digits of the vin number please? And no . 222 will not cause this problem .
I would first start by checking the fuses at the battery box to make sure they have good connectivity with the fuse holders . They were known to be problematic in those years ! If those are ok , try reseating the fuses and see if that fixes the problem ! Let me know ! thanks !
I checked the fuses, and seteated them in the holders. I started the truck and pulled the fuse and the truck died. I started and ran it at 2000 RPM for about 5 minutes, then it just died, again, like you turned the key off.
Tried to restart after it died and no luck, it will turn over, but does not start.
A liitle more information.
Turned ignition key on, pressed engine diagnostic button. Oil/water light flashes once, followed by warn engine light flashing once for three times indicating code 111, oil/water light flashes twice, folowed warn engine light flashing twice for three times indicating code 222, oil/water light flashes once again, followed by warn engine light flashing 6 times, then 2 times, then 6 times again, indicating code 626, oil water light flashes three times indicating end of message.
Ok thanks for info ! Will have to look up code and get back to you later this evening! Must go to work ! Thanks for your patience!
Please check the fuses in the fuse holders sitting above the batteries in the battery box .These are for the ECM clean power feed . If the fuses are loose in these holders , they will cause heat and intermittent connection causing the symptoms that you are seeing. Please have a look there to start . You may find some melted or loose or even dirty connections there ! Good luck ! Sorry it took so long to get back to you on this one! Got tied up at home with other affairs!
I've checked the fuses - all good and they seat tightly into the holders. I think the 626 code came from when I pulled a fuse and the truck died. I cleared all codes. I ran the truck yersterday morning for 5-6 minutes until it died again. Sometimes it restarts, sometimes it doesn't. No fault codes after it dies. I am thinking it might be a CPS, so I went ahead and ordered one to try.