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Yesterday I changed my oil, steering box, and shocks. After I made my final checks I went to start the truck but it wouldn't start . The overhead reads CCd ( Chrysler collision detection), the truck has more than 3/4 of a tank but reads ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Yesterday I changed my oil, steering box, and shocks. After I made my final checks I went to start the truck but it wouldn't start. The overhead reads CCd ( Chrysler collision detection), the truck has more than 3/4 of a tank but reads empty, the mileage flashes while the key is on, when the key is first turned on the priming pump does not cycle. I have checked the fuses and I went over the areas that wires could have been unplugged but found nothing. I am at a loss on this one and Any help would be great!

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I What I typically suggest is to disconnect all the optional stuff like the radio, central timer, etc. one at a time and see which device is got the problem. Once you find the device then the CCD network voltages should return to 2.49 and 2.51 on the 2 CCD pins of the OBDII port.

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So I need to dis connect the accessories one at a time and check voltage on pin 3 and 11 of the obd port at the bottom of the dash? Thank you for your time and help!

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Well I haven't had any luck I have been looking around and some people are saying that the clock switch could be the problem and so are saying some thing about a fuel shut off? Thoughts and opinions would be great.
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