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No start no 8 volt reference at the crank and cam. new ecm still nothing-anything else?

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  • hulio47 Aug 15, 2008

    yes on all three 2 powers 2 grounds on the pcm, all grounds on the body cleaned and resecured, and the fuel pump does run



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Is there suffecient voltage going INTO the PCM? Does the CHECK ENGINE light come on with the key? Does the fuel pump run?

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  • Anonymous Aug 15, 2008

    is there at least reference coming out of the PCM to the sensors?



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