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My speedometer don't work I've replaced the transmission speed sensor and it fixed the odometer but did nothing to help the speed indicator to know how fast I'm driving. What else do I need to check?


Its possible that your ECU electronic control unit is failing to send info from the trans to your dashboard or perhaps wiring is faulty (common at trans plug). Use a code reader to scan for any problems with ECU - It could also be a fuse...

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I am waiting for my fourth ECU. Is a failing ECU common? Is there a known faulty component in the ignition system that could cause the ECU to fail?


ECU failure is not that common, There is something wrong that is causing them to fail or causing it to look like it failed. One common point is the crank sensor that sends the signal to the unit to tell the plugs to fire, Another is the circuit after the ecm that fires the plugs.

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Which sensors tell the ECU to send a pulse to the single TBI injector?


You want a simple answer but there is not one. The ECU looks at many things to determine what (if any) pulse is proper. Any sensor which sends no information or info outside of normal limits can prevent pulse. No info from crank/cam sensor is common issue, Bad EFI fuse or relay can do this. Bad ECU ground or other ground (Fuel rail) can do this. Many sensors can be tested with ohm meter.

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Can i change the speed sensor myself or is it a auto trans repair shop


the tranny is dying i think. you might've lost all your gears but 1st and 2nd thats why it's not shifting. if you have a semi-manual mode try all the gears and if they dont change then it definitely is the tranny

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Fault with ecu


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Does 2007 Suzuki have a thermostat or just a sensor?


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92 stealth non turbo runs with a hesatation then shuts down for no aparent reason. This is my first time working on one of these electronic nightmares. But without correct info its like stairing into space...


A couple things come to mind:

Tail pipe back: Running rich, your o2 sensor may had failed. These cars are set to if the o2 sensor does fail the engine will run rich rather then lean. This is done to avoid burning up valves. Your manual should tell you how to check

Idle up and down: Your Idle switch (located in the throttle body) may be failing Or/plus the throttle body may be dirty. I'd remove Idle switch and clean it and throttle body with throttle body cleaner. Again your manual should explain how to check.

MAFL Mass Air Flow sensor (located at filter) may be dirty or not operating properly, clean and check.

Check fuel pressure: With varying idle and running issues the fuel pump or regualator may be an issue. Also, but doubtful, the fuel filter may be need of replacement (possible cheap fix)

LAstly your ECU Engine Control Unit may beginning to fail. The early 90"s Mitsubishi products had poor capacitors in them that with time would leak and fail; I've replaced three (3) on various Mitsubishi's. When the ECUs begin their death-spiral the car may come in to runability problems. Also your manual should show you how to check your ECU for failed sensors or such, I believe you cab use just a simple anaolg meter to check the ECU for issues.

Please let me know if this may have assited you,
Tom

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Truck started hesitating while going down the road. It felt like it was not getting gas. It just stopped and would not do anything but spin over. It is getting gas but will not run.


if you getting fuel than you must not getting any sparks, check all coil, coil good than check cam sensor, cam sensor sense the cam turning and send info to ecu, ecu than tell coil to disperse sparks to the plugs.

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No power to the fuel pump


keep in mind, just because the ignition is on does not mean you going to get power to the fuel pump, 1st make sure you fuse and relay are good, next disconnect connector plug from the fuel pump and take a 12V light tester and connect to the connector plug positive and negative, than turn the ignition/crank engine over and see if your 12V light tester lite up, if not than you need to check the crank sensor making sure is not faulty. what the crank sensor does, it sense the flywheel turning and send info to the ECU, than the ECU send power to the pump turning it on and keep it on as long the flywheel is turning. if your the sensor is bad, the ECU doesn't know if the flywheel is turning, in this case the fuel pump will get no power.

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