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Played with the egr And Engine fuse pulled Each one out while the car was running I put them back and now the car will not crank over I get lights and everything eles but no crank help

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Hows the battery....make sure you fully clean post and connectors ...for battery...

Posted on Apr 13, 2014

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    Juan Hita Apr 13, 2014

    Batterie is ok I have power but when I turn keys to start nothing happens something I did with the fuses

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    Juan Hita Apr 13, 2014

    All I hear is a ticking under the fuse box

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is this a barn find/ field found car, or it ran perfect last week, and DD for months. (daily driver?) all this maters and is unstated.
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with old engines, we do this and win every time.

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1: compression test, sparks out , wide open throttle. warm to hot engine.
180psi on all,, good, if like 90, the timing belt slipped. if J18. we have
3 folks now on our forum that managed to slip a chain (they ingored huge noises from engine,,,, amazing)
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3: with fuel pump relay pulled i test engine on test fuel.
runs for 3 seconds, each spray and SOUNDS good.
ok it does that.. (this avoids flooding issues)
4: i put back the fuel pump relay.
and it dont start. i check for injection,
i find all injectors, dead.
the ECU is cutting injection,
i connect scan tool and see the CKP DTC errors , the CKP is dead
or CMP on G16. dead. the ECU reports them cranking only, on a dead engine.
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the pump is bad. no the wires are corroded. at the pump line....
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Here is a list of possible causes. Some things you have already done.

EGR solenoid valve harness is open or shorted
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You need to pull your plenum and more than likely the intake and clean out the vaccum port in the intake where the egr pipe connects to the back of the intake.Not sure if you can do it with just pulling the plennum or not though.Having the same prob with my 96 rl.Keeps kicking the insufficient flow to egr valve code at about 30 miles.

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You should have your battery checked, it may be getting old and doesn;t have as much cold cranking power, I don;t think code 32 has anything to do with the slow cranking when cold.


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The conditions for setting this code are:
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DEar Customer,

you have to check YOUR CONNECTION OR WIRINGF OF YOUR CAR BATTERY,& OTHER INDICATION SYSTEM,

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