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2005 Ford F-150 2WD- Not Running - $2,000 (Charlottesville)

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2005 Ford F-150
condition: fair
cylinders: 6 cylinders
drive: fwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 280000
paint color: white
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: pickup
My 2005 Ford F-150 2WD has been awaiting a part for 5 months. I give up. The truck was running fine up until I helped my neighbor jump-start his vehicle three days before Christmas. The engine computer failed at that point. We had no luck programming a remanufactured one, and absolutely no luck finding a new part from Ford. I have owned the truck for 9 years and have put about 10,000 miles on it. It was a second (and third) vehicle, not my daily driver ever. Long bed (8'), bed mat, 6 cylinder, automatic, am/fm stereo. Plain truck, some minor body damage on the passenger side, and the tailgate got banged up a bit but opens and closes just fine. I put a quick-release on the negative battery terminal 8+ years ago as a fast and effective work-around to a battery drain (somewhere!). Truck has an aftermarket electric brake which I know nothing about whatsoever. May be the source of the drain? Installed the release and the biggest Sears Marine Die-Hard battery the truck could accommodate, and have never had a problem since. If you can get a computer for it and get it running you will have a decent work truck, otherwise a good parts vehicle. It will need to be flat-bedded or towed. Inspection was due in April. It has always passed without incident.

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