Question about Cars & Trucks
I took off to go to my girls house and turned off my car, but right after i tried to turn it back on it wouldn't crank or anything. The Audi dealership told me I needed to change my high pressure fuel pump so I thought that might have been the reason but now after replacing it, I'm still jn the same predicament. I changed the crankshaft sensor and now I'm stuck. It cranks but seems as if it's not getting the spark. Im at 172k miles. 2nd owner.
Did you pair the pump to your ecu I wonder, Most newer vehicles record the serial numbers of specific parts to the engine computer. When a specific device is changed, the serial number has to be recorded within the ECU software.
A Snap-On OBD controller can do that.
Posted on Dec 20, 2021
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