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No start, no check engine, no fuel to injectors, no spark.

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  • tkb_usvi Jun 28, 2009

    all the fuses are good, i was wondering if there was a security feature that would disable spark and fuel to the motor. will try swapping crank sensors. thank you for the help

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Check all fuses if they check out look at cranksensor

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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    Ronny Bennett Sr. Jun 28, 2009

    if u have a sucurity system it is a good chance/if cranksensor seems to be good,ur cotroll module could be at fault/still try to retrieve codes,even though none seem to be ther.could be hard codes,make sure cam is turning along with crank,threr might even be a cam sensor to check also,look for fusable links also that coud be burned into

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