May 09, 2019 · Other Issues: Flashing Check Engine Light- Ford F150. While a majority of the time, the flashing check engine light is going to be caused by a misfire related to your F150’s ignition system or fuel system (as stated above), there are other issues that can cause it. Your timing chain could have jumped. If you have VVT, it may be having issues. I am not an expert with 4x4 and how it works, however do you have a monitor of some kind that can read codes. If the light is flashing it means there is a problem. Think of a cel or abs light. When they flash you have big problems. Start by trying to retrieve codes, you may very well need an ids or AE.
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Passive Anti-Theft system. The key has a transponder inside the plastic portion that sends a unique code to a receiver under the dash. If the signal code from the key is correct, the receiver sends a message to the PCM to allow the engine to start. If there is a problem with the system or the key itself, the system will activate the theft light.
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Ford F-150 - 1997-2003 :: No Start Just Crank - Theft Light Blinking i have a 99 f150 with a 4.6 that will not start. it has sat for a while now. when i go to turn the key to turn it on it cranks and cranks and cranks but wont start. the theft light blinks like crazy and the odometer reads dashes.