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I have ran several test and I am getting 12V to my injectors when I turn the key forward for a split second. But when I try to turn the engine over I am not getting a pulse...Could someone please tell me why?
There is a (I'm going to call it a fuse) square block with 4 or 5 prongs and 1 may not be getting current thru on the cranking pin.
Posted on Nov 18, 2014
Testimonial: "Hummm Cranking pin? Funny you should say that......Are you talking about a relay? I put a ignition switch in the truck but when I did it cranked and ran for a second then died......I noticed that the left injector just dripped a little gas the right looked like none...Now I did have to do some work in the fuse box no Bad fuses just a main lead wire 12V was broke away from the back so one hole leg was dead in the fuse panel. Once I fixed that I got a hot read on everything then....When you say square box do you mean a relay?"
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OBDII Problem related to the computer controlled system not sending a signal to the positive injection banks. Could be cam or crank sensor problem as well. These systems works on Ohm resistant's and the introduction of a 12 volt tester could compromise the system.
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