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Hello, does the check engine light come on when the key is turned to on? Do you have access to a scan tool to check for codes? Did you fix the fuel pump or is it still bad?
Ok so you cant pull diagnostic trouble codes, have you tried a different scan tool? Do you have injector pulse? The cam sensor is for timing the crank sensor provides the rpm signal
Right because you dont have spark, so it wont fire, need to know if you have no rpm signal,not sure if your model year will do this but when you turn the key on the check engine light will come on. when you crank it and you have an rpm signal the check engine light should go out when cranking
Ok you should have an rpm signal then.verify if you have injector pulse and spark and im assuming you fixed the fuel pump issue and have fuel pressure at the fuel rail. the rpm gauge wont work until the engine runs
Ok let me know what you find and we will go from there. Verify you have power at a coil and fuel injector and a flashing ground signal for both the coil and injector. This can be tested with a noid lamp or test lamp
it should have battery voltage and you check for a pulsing ground by hooking the test lamp up to the positive battery terminal.
Was some sort of major repair done and now you have this problem?
Ok tests the circuits and verify you have battery voltage at the injector, coil and maf sensor
No problem, hit me up when you have more info. it will prompt me when you reply.
Hello, do you need more help with this concern?
Hello, i cant see the other comments to this post other than your last one.Besides having power to the coils and injectors you need to have a pulsing ground to fire the injectors and coils which comes from the pcm long as it is getting an rpm signal