Originally Posted by RamTech
No I was dispelling the incorrect information that you posted so he doesn't waste time on it. Sending the OP on a wild goose chase isn't a bit helpful.
look - I had no intention of misleading anyone .
I just had a similar problem -- the truck lost power , wouldnt start , replaced the battery , then was dead again , had it towed in to diagnose it and my problem ended up being a faulty altinater and after being hooked to the shops computer figured out that the bad alternator must have fried the trucks PCM. after the new PCM was installed and reprogrammed the truck ran fine.
we would like to say that no 2 problems are exatically the same - but in the automotive repair business you have to start somewheres. in which I was not trying to send the OP on a goose chase.
This is horrible for me to be accused of misleading someone -- I just hope I did not cost the OP any time and money --
ratt587 I am so very sorry for misleading you in anyway .