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Posted 03 March 2004 - 09:11 PM
MPFI, are all the injectors shot? The book says check harness and connectors.
This car has had an intermittent glitch back when it ran. It acted like a flat spot on the starter.It would always start,just click it for a while.
A few starters later it eventually wouldent start. I tried clicking for an hour one day.It would turn over and idle and rev up,but not drive.
Now it won`t even fire unless it gets a little prime in the intake.
Are there grounds somewhere for the harnesses or could all that clicking fry my injectors? Please help and thanks,Dan.
Posted 04 March 2004 - 03:47 AM
the starter solinoid is the most likely cause of the click and no start. assuming battery connections are all good. dont forget the grounds.
as for the squirt to start deal. hmm bad temp sensor? or possible injector problem. hard to tell with ot testing stuff.
go here http://www.finleyweb...ault.asp?id=142 and look in the second ea82 section pg# 64
Posted 04 March 2004 - 04:10 AM
Have you checked the injectors for debris that may be clogging them?
I would also check the fuseable links for a bad connection. They are in the plastic box that is mounted on the coolant reservoir.
Posted 04 March 2004 - 12:35 PM
as for the groud question. there are many grounds. get a flashlight and start looking.
there is a big ground near the stater another smaller one near the battery to the eng.
if you understand voltage drop testing (do a search or I can explain it again) that would be the best test method.
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