Ok, I am officially frustrated and giving up for he night. But I will have the same problem in the am.
Last night when I parked my truck in the driveway it was running fine. It is a 2004 Ford Heritage with the 4.2 liter six cylinder. It has 178k miles on it do far.
Today it wouldn't start.
It is cold-soaked (-15f) so I plugged in the oil heater and hooked it up to my battery charger. It still wouldn't start. The engine is spinning freely
I didn't see any bad fuses.
I am thinking that I may have some ice in the fuel line somewhere, I did put a can of heat antifreeze in the gas tank today. I usually fill it once a week sonit isnt old gas. I still have a 1/4 of a tank left maybe the heat will help if it sits in it overnight. if I have diesel fuel for my torpedo heater tommorrow I will run it pointing under the truck and see if it is ice in the fuel line I can thaw it.
Do any of you backyard mechanics have any other ideas on what I should work with if I bomb out for a second day in a row?
Thanks in advance