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2006 290s Switched of and next morning would not start after checking there is no fuel out of the injector pump

No or very little fuel at injectors. The vehicle was running just fine. Stopped the car and the next morning just would not start. Changed fuel filter with no luck.

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Im assuming this is a 3.9 ltr 6cyl?
any way there is always three things to check in regards engine not starting.

1. Compression
2. Spark
3. Fuel. "make sure you have fuel in the tank" first :)

If your vehicle is EFI

If you cannot smell fuel. Carry out these simple checks.
When the ignition is on engine off, Do you hear the fuel pump prime. This is noticeable by a short buzzing noise in the rear of the vehicle and then it will stop,

If noise is not present check the fuel pump fuse, then the relay, and last of all the fuel pump.

If the fuel pump is operational.
Make sure the fuel filter is not blocked and obstructing delivery of fuel to the injector.
If the fuel filter is ok, remove the injector plug from a injector and using a led circuit tester, or a noid lite. check for injector pulse.

If there is no injector pulse then it would possibly be a ignition module if this model of vehicle still uses a distributor

This only because I dont know if your vehicle is 3.2 ltr, 3.9 ltr single point inj, or 3.9 multi point inj,

ps: To check for injector pulse, using a LED TEST light just connect the test light in between the 2 terminals off the injector plug, and check for flickering of the led, this will say that the injector is pulsing.

A noid lite basically justs fits into the injector plug .

I hope this helps, let me know if you need more help.

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Next you should use a volt meter or a 12v test lamp to check for battery voltage at the fuel injectors. each injector has 2 wires to it, and one of these wires should have battery voltage to it with the ignition switched on. If not then you need to check the injector harness connector for security and condition, and check that none of the wires in the injector harness are nipped or crimped anywhere, and repair as required.

If the voltage is there then you know that the problem is a lack of injector pulse, or too short an injector pulse, and as you have already replaced the ECM twice, I personally would double check the injector wiring and then fit a new camshaft sensor and see if that solves the problem.



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