Starting issue

Eric A asked 2 years, 5 months ago
Need help to figure it out why it won't start when it's got a good battery the alternator and starter are good there's no blown fuses no blown fusible link is getting fuel I'm at my wits

and I need some help trying to figure it out it's got a 5.9 liter V8 automatic 2 4 by 4 short box extended cab four-door somebody's got to experience please help. 

Thank. Thank you
Joseph C answered 2 years, 2 months ago
When you turn the ignition ON before starting the car, the "Check engine" light is supposed to come on indicating that the engine computer (also could be called ECM, PCM, or ECU) is powered on. If the "Check engine" light does not come with the ignition ON, it's possible that there is no power coming to the engine computer (e.g., due to a broken wire, faulty main relay, burnt fuse, etc.) or that there is a problem with the engine computer itself.

Paul A answered 2 years, 1 month ago
If the car won't start, check the basic things first: 
• Is the battery OK?
• If the car doesn't start with the automatic transmission in "Park," does it start in "Neutral"? Sometimes a car won't start in "Park" but starts in "Neutral" because of a problem with a neutral safety switch. Read more about neutral safety switch here: how a car starting system works.
• Are the battery cables tight and not corroded? 
• Do you think Is there enough fuel in the tank? It's a common situation when the fuel gauge isn't working properly and the car runs out of fuel with the fuel gauge still showing some fuel left. There is no way to check the fuel level other that the fuel gauge. But you can estimate how long did you drive since the last fill up. Read also about signs of low fuel level on the second page of this guide.
• Is the "Security" or key-shaped light in the instrument panel stays on or blinking? Read below about the security light.
• Does your car have an anti-theft system that for some reason doesn't allow the car to be started?

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