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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First check for power at the light sockets and make sure they are properly grounded. The neutral start switch should also be the backup light switch (located on the transmission at the shift lever). If vehicle is starting in the correct shift positions, likely it is adjusted properly. However, have someone watch the backup lights and move shift lever through the gears. if while moving lever lights flash, switch may be slightly out of adjustment. Pink or dark blue wire should be power supply to switch, light green should send power to lights.This is powered by a 15a fuse on the fuse panel.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
Is the coil pack and module getting voltage from the key ? Is the module getting a signal from the crank sensor ?
Are you sure everything is connected ?
Is the replacement engine the same year and model as the old engine ?
Let me know what you find out.
Posted on Aug 23, 2012
When you change a crankshaft position sensor, your engine computer will lose the readings for the crankshaft position and thus lose the spark timing.
Your vehicle now needs what is called a "CASE learn" to run now and will not run until this is done, regardless of anything else. This procedure will essentially allow your PCM to reprogram the timing back to normal. Most dealership and repair garages can get you going.
Posted on Jul 29, 2013
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