The dis fuse kept blowing so changed the coils that stoped but it still wont start
Check that fuel or starting fluid introduced to the intake starts or doesn't start the engine when cranking. If it does start, for a few seconds, and then quits, then the fuel pump is not delivering fuel to the engine, or the crankshaft sensor isn't sensing movement and calling for the computer to deliver fuel to the engine.
One can also pressure check the fuel rail to see if fuel pressure is present. Check that you hear or sense a ticking from the fuel injectors as the engine rotates. If no ticking present, or the a noid light for the injectors connected to the injector harness is not blinking, then the computer may be bad.
If the engine doesn't start after introducing gas or starting fluid to the intake, then there is a possible ignition problem which can be caused by a bad module for the coil packs, that the coil packs sit on.
Dec 17, 2010 |
1993 Chevrolet Lumina