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The spark is large and bright. I can visually see the injector firing.
It seems to fire. Sounds normal but, does not start.
We did test that it was actually firing when trying to start it.
I did use some starting fluid. No go.
I have done that.
Do you know what the crank angle sensor should ohm out at?
hmm. so 20k on the multimeter is 1.6. is that correct?
let me verify. brb...
It reads 000 with the 2k setting. It reads 156 on 2000.
Still no go.
I have checked for codes. none are present.
except for code 42 which I caused by trying to start it with the cam angle sensor disconnected...
yes. it seemed to follow the engine firing sequence. We did check all three spark plugs several times.
Thank you for helping.
one quick note...
We also sprayed starting fluid straight in to the cylinders and it still did not try to run.