Problem: The engine will crank but not
start. The MIL was not on and there were no DTCs.
Details: The technician verified the engine
will crank but not start. It had spark but no fuel
He verified voltage on both sides of the fuel system fuses,
swapped the fuel pump relay and tried replacing the fuel pump.
Still, there was no fuel pressure. At this point, he called
The ALLDATA Tech-Assist consultant suggested that he check for
power and grounds at the pump. The technician found no voltage at
the fuel pump (Circuit A61). He traced the circuit back to the
fuel pump relay and found the circuit was open about 10 inches
from the power distribution center.
Confirmed Repair: He repaired the wiring
and the truck started and ran normally. He also rechecked the
fuel pressure. It was at factory specifications.