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Initially started very hard. The running condition deteriorated. Shut it off and wouldn't start. Changed the fuel pump however it still will not start. Sprayed fuel into the throttle body and got no effect. It would appear that there is no spark.
Possible CMP(cam) or CKP(crank) sensor issue.
Posted on Feb 17, 2014
Sounds like a crank position sensor.
Posted on Feb 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Charlie. You have replaced the ECM on your van?.
Kedwin,, Your problem is, the computer on that 3.3 L.
Need to be programed with the VIN nember of your car.
The Antitheft System will disable the injectors due a incorrect VIN, Bucause the body computer is not recieve the correct pasword between 5 seconds after start up.
YOU have 2 options. 1 get a ALOHA Smith. some of they have the computer required to program ECMs.
The other option is: Get a new ECM from the dealer, They will program if ask for that.
NOTE:::::: Other way is . Put the body control module with the computer from the same car.
OK... I hope this work for yours.
If NOT letme know I can look for more information.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
SOURCE: 1988 gmc k1500 wont start
hi, check the connections at the ecm,i think it's under pass front seat,i've had a couple of those years loose injector signal at ecm connector,if you have a test light you can unplug injectors and test across terminals ,it's a 12v signal at inj ,if lights flash on both while cranking try plugging in one at a time and see if either sprays, if one does and not the other, you would have a shorted injector
Posted on May 06, 2009
SOURCE: 2002 kia sedona wont start
Yes, definitely. If you have some mechanical knowledge you should be able to change it yourself. If not, your Kia people should be able to do it at a very reasonable price.( less than £100)
Posted on May 20, 2009
SOURCE: 1989 mustang gt 5.0 fuel
Was looking at posts and other sites. I take it that some relays are even under seats. Anyway, Apparently the ECU relay and the ECC relay are linked. When properly operating the ECC brain sends a signal to the ECC relay and the ground wire is tan/green. The brain can be throwing the signal and the relay terminals are not receiving the signals, so the relays cannot switch.
Although you have replaced some relays, you need to check your plugins for these 2 relays.
Posted on Nov 28, 2010
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