The Injectors share a ground find it.redo it. And check the conditon of wires that hook to your distributor. Its a very good idea to replace about 3 inchs of the harnest wire from the distributor plug in. especialy the black wire with the pink stripe. Trust me ive seen the exact senario before. You stop engine tips just right and snaps the frail wire. Keep it simple
Fuel pump will also work but not pump. take fuel line off to see if there is any presher.be careful to cover your eyes there might be enough presher to satisfiey the line but not the motor. or check crank sensor this also tells the computor to start.
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Hi, have you checked the fuel pump relay? It is turned on by the PCM. You can try swapping it with a similar relay in the box under the hood. If that doesn't work, probe the relay socket with a 12 volt test light to see what's going on. With the key off, there should be one hot terminal in the relay socket. With the key on, there should be 2 hot terminals and one ground terminal. To find the ground terminal, hook the test light clip to battery positive and probe the socket. A grounded terminal will light the light brightly. The pump terminal should light the light dimly. The 2 hot terminals should not light the light at all. Please let me know if you have questions, and thanks for using FixYa.
have someone listen to your gas tank while turning the key from off to run. if theres no sound, goto the rear passenger side fender cover and remove (inside the van) theres a little red button down in the rear corner. check to make sure its pushed in (inersia switch for fuel cutoff). also check fuses. if you hear the pump check, the fuel filter.
Yes it can be the fuel pressure regulator. You may also have a fuel pump that is pumping but is very weak. I would for sure replace the burnt rotor. Check the distributor cap for cracks. Are you sure you did not install the filter in reverse? If you know it is correct a fuel pressure test is in order to see if you have enough fuel pressure.
Just for the hell of it replace the fuse with a new one relative to the fuel pump also clean and inspect all electrical plugs and connections associated with the fuel system. There may be a bad ground with out the truck in front of me it will be difficult to go any further it is possible the pump is not creating enough pressure to close the relay have you replaced the fuel filter? If possible do a fuel pressure check at the fuel rail it should be 30 - 40 psi if not replace the pump.
Let's start with the simple things. Change the fuel filter first and check the fuel pressure at the shredder valve. The fuel pressure should be 60 to 65psi with the fuel line pressurized and should drop by 5 psi when engine is running. Keep me posted, be glad to help.If there is an Auto Zone around your area you can lone out a fuel pressure gauge and they will have the step y step instructions for you to get the job done. Good luck.
check all fuses for turn signal and brake lights.change fuel filter . first. do a little tune up change spark plugs and wires . if changing fuel filter dont help. have fuel pressure check first before buying a new fuel pump .they run after taxes 400.00 dollars. your fuel pressure should be 41 to 47 psi. replace fuel pump relay also.