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2003 suzuki grand vitara v6 no power to the fuel pump no

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2003 suzuki grand vitara v6

no power to the fuel pump
no power to the injectors
no spark at the plugs
one of the coil packs has also shorted out
is this a sign of the ECM being messed up?

i have already check the fuses and they are good

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If the fuses and harness is good and the ecm is getting power then yes, that sounds like the ecm. It is also not that unusual on those.

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Where is the ECM located and what color is the wire to check if I am getting power to ECM?

Thanks David

Here you go, these are the connector views.



Customer: replied 4 years ago.

If C51-2-20 and C51-2-21, have 10- 14 volts with the key on, would that mean the ECM is bad?

No, they are supposed to have full voltage.
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

I meant to ask if those circuits have full voltage, but I am not getting the pulse at the injectors, the spark at the plugs and no power to the fuel pump, would that mean the ECM is bad?

If the ECM is bad, can I just buy new ECM and install it or does it have to go to the dealer for programming?



Based on what you have told me. it does sound like the ecm. That one does not require reprogramming.
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Thanks for your help. Going to find ECM.

You're welcome!!

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