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Hi Im David, Sorry for the delay and Thanks for visiting the site, Please allow me some time to pull up some info for your vehicle, thank you.
Check for FICM wiring harness chafing. Moving the wiring harness can be done to check the integrity of connections at the FICM and injectors.Wiring harness chafes can often be difficult to locate. If any wiring chafes are noted, repair as necessary and re-evaluate vehicle.
The 72 volts you got are way to high....The FICM internally generates 48V used to drive the injector solenoids.....
sorry i dont have that information here at home and wont be in the shop until tomorrow, ill opt out and let another tech chime in
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Here is that crank no start Ford checklist you asked for.
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