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Old 11-07-2013, 02:45 PM   #1
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No start 2009 Tritan V10

Looking for some help I have a 2009 Georgetown with a Ford Triton V10 it was running fine I drove across the US coast then to Mexico it has been run on a regular Basis and now it will not start. When you put the key in the ignition everything light up and moves except the two temp Gauges it will not crack or start after short time the check Gauges is displayed any suggestions
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Try holding the key in the start position while at the same time wiggle the tran shift lever in neutral-might be the neutral safety switch. Do you hear any clicking?
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How long has this unit been sitting without being driven?
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"Check gauges" light comes on because the engine is not running and you have no oil pressure.
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Old 11-07-2013, 04:31 PM   #5
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ck the fuse sounds like relay
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Old 11-08-2013, 08:52 AM   #6
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Try holding the key in the start position while at the same time wiggle the tran shift lever in neutral-might be the neutral safety switch. Do you hear any clicking?
No does not
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This may be issue. Will check what relay are you thinking
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"Check gauges" light comes on because the engine is not running and you have no oil pressure.
OK this makes sense
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Looking for some help I have a 2009 Georgetown with a Ford Triton V10 it was running fine I drove across the US coast then to Mexico it has been run on a regular Basis and now it will not start. When you put the key in the ignition everything light up and moves except the two temp Gauges it will not crack or start after short time the check Gauges is displayed any suggestions
OK last night I got s code reader came up with P0607 and P0607 P. But it started no issue it appears issue is intermintant any thoughts any know location of ecm ground or what may cause intermitance issue when starts run great
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The P0607 could be the issue of the no start. PCM failures are not common at all but possible. The PCM also controls the starter so if the PCM is not functioning properly, there will be no starter engagement. Definitely check power and grounds to the PCM and make sure that the PCM is at stock calibration and does not have a tuner in it. A tuner may cause this DTC, falsely set that DTC, or cause your concern.

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Almost forgot, the PCM may be covered under 8/80 emissions warranty. Many vehicles over 8500 GVW is only covered for 5/50 for emissions warranty but a check with the VIN will verify it.
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