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Hi Im David is there a check engine light on before it stalls out?
you have 2 open requests for the same issue. please close on out.
yes i did. and for there not to be a check engine light is pretty unusual. souns like you have a fuel issue.
do you have a fuel pressure gauge or a scan tool that reads live data?
thats not what i was getting at. theres more to fuel systems than just the pump
have you checked to see if the injectors are firing?
it should. as a misfire sure.
a fuel pressure test at the rail is what is needed.
do you have a code reader?
maybe check for a history of fault codes.
do you need the specs for fuel pressure?
lets do one thing at a time. ok? i have more ammunition, if the pressure is good.
right here my friend
not a problem
i wont. ill be here
check the resistance of the injectors yes. but we also need to make sure they are firing.
with a noid light. but if they werent firing you would have misfire codes.
no. it wont so we need to move on
and you are positive there are no fault codes?
unplug the maf and try to start
ok. i knew that. just been working on too many cars.
im going to open this up to others. i have nothing left. good luck my friend. dont reply back or it will take it off the board.
Do you still need help with this issue? If so, will the engine stay running if you give it gas?
I've seen it where the crank sensor starts failing and won't trigger any codes. I recommend looking at crank sensor signal if you have access to a scan tool capable of reading sensor data. If no scan tool, then I'd still recommend replacing the crank sensor before replacing the engine control module. Please click here for a good article on how to check it with just a multimeter.
Please let me know what you find.
Sounds good. Please let me know what you find.