Help with a Ford 150 Pickup 2000

I am hoping someone can give me a idea what is wrong?
About three weeks ago I went out to my pickup and tried to turn over the truck when the power would go out, no lights or anything, the power would
reset and the next time my engine would turn over.
Now it did the samething but now there is no power at all. I checked the fuses and do not see any blown fuse and was wondering if anyone could give me some ideas to check.
Now a couple of weeks ago a company installed a wheelchair left for me but it has it's own fuse, so I believe that had nothing to do with my problem.
Thanks in Advance
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Moe Jones
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Update
I went and tried the lift and it does work so my battery is OK.
What would keep the ignition off line?
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check your battery connections. one of them is bad.

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You are SO RIGHT.
I first checked all the fuses and found them good. After I checked the fuses I tried to fire it up again and it tried but went out again.
I then kept thinking that maybe Ford had a overload fuse where if it got hot it would trip and then cool down and reset, well again I was wrong.
I had checked the battery connection and found the positive was loose. Tightened up and & all is right.
When I used the lift, I assumed that all was right with battery. :-(
I did learn something.
What to say thanks. I can tomorrow go to get my prosthesis.
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no problem. it is most often the simple things that get overlooked, because most people think "it can't be that, that is to simple of a thing to go wrong". and then get sidetracked looking for other bigger things because little things like the lift installer forgot to tighten up the battery cables never happen.
lets hope that all the problems with your new prosthesis are simple ones.

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Tom is so right.
Always check the simple items first.

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Moe Jones wrote:

I would check the battery, clean the battery terminals and cables as well as the end of cables that don't connect to the frame or engine (ground) and to the solenoid. I would also check the alternator.
Jeff

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