Question about Cars & Trucks
Code 17 & 18 are crank/cam correlation codes. Depending on what car you have, some sensors are dual sensor, crank and cam in one. Some are set up with up to three sensors. One crank and one or two cam sensors. I you have a dual sensor, I would replace it, but check the plug first. Sometimes corrosion can mess with sensors. Just unplug it and plug it back in. This usually takes care of contact issues. Clear the light and see if that code comes up again. If you have two or more sensors, then we are talking timing belt issues. To check code 26, you will have to check for voltage on that wire. Pinout and color codes are needed to find the wire from the ECM. Again not knowing your car, voltage could be 5,8, or 12 volts. Or real close to these numbers. If you don't see any voltage from here, the ECM is bad. Quad drivers either work or don't work. 56 is an 02 heater code. This could make the car run a little rough, but not cut out. Now the injector test, if you didn't get a reading from the injector, it is bad. This will make the run real bad, Because you lost that cylinder.
Posted on Jul 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the gas tank on the inside for holes and check the rubber seal,make sure there's know air in .
the fuel system
Posted on Oct 31, 2012
SOURCE: my 2002 nissan sentra will crank but won't start. i've replace the ecm/ecu, the cam/crank sensor or position, checked the fuel pump/pressure, and it still is doing the same thing. sometimes it
I assume you checked the fuel pressure and it is normal.
Are the spark plugs getting spark when it fails to start ?
Are you getting injector pulse from the computer ?
Any trouble codes stored in the computer ?
Posted on Mar 06, 2013
SOURCE: So... I'm starting to get just a bit frustrated... after installing the new PCM, my dodge avenger, 96 2.0L ran for 5 days then went out again, fuel pump works and I've got spark but no start..
after all that work its terrible that something else goes bad however since you do get spark and fuel i would say crank or cam sensor but then if one of those goes bad it wont allow engine to turn over and would shut fuel pump off. so there is only one thing left to cause it you have a short in the harness somewhere maybe just a lose connection on the cam or crank sensor put dieelectric grease in all your connectors
Posted on Apr 04, 2013
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