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1994 saturn 1.9L wont start

94 saturn wiil not start checked injectors with 12 volt test light have power to both wires at all times with key on but will not fire. i poured a little gas in each cyl and it starts and dies please help not familiar with saturns thanks dan

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  • skgreys Oct 02, 2009

    yes i have fuel to the rail but i had to hot wire the fuel pump. my question now is when i hot wired it did it engage some sort of safety or anti theft device? thanks dan

  • skgreys Oct 05, 2009

    thanks for the help found wires chewed up by a pack rat

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Try checking and making sure you are getting fuel to the fuel rail there should be a serator valve on the line on the engine. If you are not getting fuel to it make sure the fuel pump fuse and relay are in good working order. Check and see if you can hear the fuel pump running. If you are not getting fuel to the rails and can not hear the pump running the pump is possibly bad.

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  • william moody Oct 03, 2009

    No you should not have. There should not be any kind of anti theft device that I know of connected to this part of the harness.

  • Nickolas Bullington
    Nickolas Bullington Sep 20, 2011

    On a '94, there isn't a stock antitheft. That pack rat had more to do with it. Just replace the fuel pump wiring and you should be good to go.

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