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1998 mazda capella.injector pulse no spark. 4 cyl

Have replaced crank sensor and computer,stumped!

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  • sherylpuha Oct 22, 2008

    waste spark coils both fine.ihave continuity on trigger wires from coils to ecu.engine is gf-gf8p,have replaced cam pickup also.where is computer sensor fuse block?

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Sherylpuha,

Have you checked the coil from where the spark comes from and the computer sensor fuse block?

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    Jean Pienaar Oct 25, 2008

    Sherylpuha,



    The Computer Sensor Fuse Block, is the fuse connection between the ignition and the computer sensor. If this does not help try the wiring that runs from the computer sensor to the fuse box. then follow it to the ignition where the key switching happens?

  • RODWELL NAICKER Jul 07, 2013

    i cannot understand what is a ecu fuse block

  • RODWELL NAICKER Jul 07, 2013

    this is an import eng.fitted to the vehicle.top half is the same,bottom was changed but using the same crank

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