Hello again Liam -
Thank you for your reply and further info -
Ok - with what you have outlined further now, it would appear that the Ecu / pcm has locked down .... In any event Liam, you are going to have to have the car connected to a Ford diagnostic machine Im afraid to cure this,..
What you could try
meantime - is with everything connected up as it should be -ensure the battery is fully charged - then remove the key's from the car. Then remove the battery cables from the battery - and connect them together. Leave them connected ( link with a wire if needed ) for 30 mins - then disconnect them - and re connect them to the battery - and re try it.
This has the effect of re booting the computers on the car.. and in may cases will work..
IF it doesn't though - and all else is correct as it seems to be, you are faced with having to have it reprogrammed as above Liam Im afraid. This is not just a fault code read or done with a fault code reader - the Ford machine has the ability to re program the Pcm - which is looking like it meeds... they just do lose their programming sometimes Im afraid - espeically when work has been done / and / or the systems interrupted - power circuit etc as you would have done in taking the alternator off.
But - do just double check all your wiring Liam - an earth left off or a bad connection even anywhere will / can cause this... so do check all that over first.
Again - try the re boot as above - but if all else fails - you are faced with having to have the pcm reprogrammed to cure this Im sorry to say ...Its just one of those "glitches" that happens to us all now and then Im afraid.. but thats the way forward on this one. Let me know how you get on.
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