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Experience:  23 years with Ford specializing in drivability and electrical and AC. Ford certs and ASE Certs
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Ron. 1988 Ford F150 4.9L w/dual tanks OK, here's the

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Hi Ron.
1988 Ford F150 4.9L w/dual tanks
OK, here's the problem. Truck ran fine. Parked it for about 2 months and when I came back to it, it wouldn't start.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  jazzmaster replied 2 years ago.

hi, can you check at the coils to see what kind of voltage you have ?

also, check the injectors for what kind of voltage reading you get .with the key in the run position.

I am thinking since you have that low voltage at the inertia switch that the may be corrosion at the fuel pump relay and .or the ecm/power relay .

these are under the hood ,drivers side inner fender ..jazzmaster ..

Expert:  jazzmaster replied 2 years ago.

have you checked these things I suggested yet ?

Expert:  jazzmaster replied 2 years ago.

do you still need assistance ?