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    coyote won't start

    Ready for first start and nothing. Fuel pump isn't coming on so I checked the voltage, 2.22 volts. Why would it only have 2.22? I can understand 0, or 12, but how does it get 2.22? Tried an alternate ground, same thing, 2.22.

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    Did you wire around the Ron Francis fuel pump relay?

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    Well, followed the coyote manual of wiring the green coyote fuel pump wire into the tan wire in the rf harness bypassing the relay in the fuse panel.

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    Internal or external pump?
    Kevin
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    Coyote '13/TKO-600
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    Mine did the same thing. 2.2

    I had connected the leads to my Malfunction Indicator Light backwards and that was enough to give the PCM a signal it did not like so no power to the fuel pump.

    Ford figured the odd power reading was a ground issue so I re routed all of my grounds and still got 2.2.

    Double check our connections and grounds. Hopefully yours is just that simple.

    -Steve
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    Quote Originally Posted by Royteamcobra View Post
    Well, followed the coyote manual of wiring the green coyote fuel pump wire into the tan wire in the rf harness bypassing the relay in the fuse panel.
    You should bypass the fuse in the RF panel, but not the relay. The relay is used for the inertia switch, which I hope you're using.

    The power and fuse protection for the in-tank fuel pump with the Coyote setup come from the Coyote PDB. If there isn't +12V on the Coyote PDB fuel pump wire when the key is turned on, then something is wrong with the wiring and the PCM isn't powering up the line. Could be the MIL as mentioned. Could be the ignition sense wire. Check all the wires.
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    Not sure about the 2.2 volts but I just had the same problem. I accidently swapped the IGN and ACC on my ignition switch. This mistake would shut off the fuel pump and start request while cranking the engine.
    Mike

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    Thanks for the tips, I was hoping it was going to be an easy one to find but no such luck. Ill keep checking every connection again. I am using the digital dawg keyless ignition, and might be an issue with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Royteamcobra View Post
    Thanks for the tips, I was hoping it was going to be an easy one to find but no such luck. Ill keep checking every connection again. I am using the digital dawg keyless ignition, and might be an issue with that.
    I would be inclined to temporarily remove the Digital Guard Dog module and confirm your Coyote installation works with a traditional ignition key. There's just a few wires and wouldn't take long. Once that's working, either as is or with further troubleshooting, then focus on the Digital Guard Dog installation knowing your Coyote itself is wired correctly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Royteamcobra View Post
    Thanks for the tips, I was hoping it was going to be an easy one to find but no such luck. Ill keep checking every connection again. I am using the digital dawg keyless ignition, and might be an issue with that.
    DGD requires a solid ground; make sure it's got a good one. If you're sharing the DGD ground with other stuff, I suggest you separate them temporarily, using a temporary jumper to determine if separate grounding helps your problem.


    John
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