we replace the distributor, ecm,check the ground to the computer and gave it a ground,the some before the engine was put in
Bring the timing mark around to tdc, it don't matter if it is on the compression or exhaust stroke right now, just bring it around to zero. Take off the distributor cap and make sure the rotor is facing directly at either #1 on the cap or #6, next take the rotor off and look down at the reluctor wheel and the pick-up coil, they should be aligned ready to fire, like this.
I think they are like $50 each. For instructions on removing the fuel injectors, click here.
Gp-Sorensen / Fuel Injector Part Number:800-1038N Price:$49.99
is there a way to bypass the vats system?
yes it has ... it has a date of 01/19/10...it appears to be aftermarket...but there is a # XXXXX
I found vats bypass modules while looking up that number.
Plus that number led me to camaro memcals.
VATS bypass module simulates a VATS signal to allow your car to start if your VATS system fails. The module creates a 30 HZ square wave signal which the ECM looks for before it will fire the injectors. VATS was found on all 89-92 Camaros and Firebirds, some 1988 Trans Ams, and all 1988-91 Corvettes. Will work on V8 and V6 models. Will also work on other GM vehicles with a VATS or PASSKEY I system, and on retrofit applications where VATS needs to be disabled. Installation is a simple 3 wire hookup.
Note: If you have a car that was factory equipped with VATS, you will also have to bypass the Starter Enable Relay located behind the driver side kick panel. They bypass module will take care of allowing the ECM to fire the injectors, but the Starter Enable Relay must be bypassed to allow the engine to crank. To do this, jumper or splice the wire at terminal A with the wire at terminal E.
Fitment: 89-92 Camaro88-92 Firebird88-91 Corvette
This is the only hit I get with that number.
maybe it is best to search by the ecm number.