Yes I got fuel pulse just low voltage. I also would like to add I did check the MFI relay with the battery and meter trick and did test good. also I would like to add something else. I have been reading about the "IGNITION FAILURE SENSOR" but I do not think my car has one.
no the injectors have 12V I have low volts to the coil packs. Yes I pulled the plug and tested for spark.This is my son's car. He come home one day running one pack and I checked and he had a bad coil pack ( the pack close to the timing belt). It looked like it overheated. It had wires exposed on top of it. I changed the pack and now I get no spark.
yes I checked for spark after all that was done. I am showing 5V on the ecu side of the coil and I now would like to add I am getting 3 to 5V on the crankshaft sensor ground. (brown wire)
Yes 5 volts when the key is on and when I try and start the car it bounces all over the place between 1 and 5 V
The computer is a referb. I can connect to it via evoscan software. I am not getting any error codes from the ecu. This is the same reason I replaced the ecu and this one is showing the same problems. Should I be getting voltage from the crankshaft sensor ground (brown wire) ?
the trigger wire is correct. between 1 and 5volts. the coil is not correct. I get between 1 and 3 volts on the coil plug.
I got 12V on it.
I got the same voltage on both sides.Is there a common wire between the pair?
ok I found the splice for the black/white wire any idea on the black? I am under the fuse box under the hood that is where I I found the black/white
1 to 3V . The splice looks good.
I got it tested to the 2nd split. A white wire connector under the dash. I then loose the wire.This wire should go behind the fuse block on the 10 amp fuse? I have tested good from the split to the end of the coil connector.
maybe 8 it does not have many wires coming off of it.
I found the 38 pin connector is that the location of the other end of the wire? It plugs in the back of the fuse panel
The diagram you sent does not look like nothing I see. I am looking at a big white box with wires attached and it plugs in under the fuse area. is your picture the back side if the fuse box? how can I remove it to look behnd it?
The first picture is of the block. is ths the one you are talking about?
and the second picture is of the plate i was talking about.
is the first picture the 38 pin connector? I want to make sure I got it,
is there a way to take the 38pin connector loose from the car? I need to get behind it. I am almost 100% sure that is the problem spot. Oh BTW you are the best!
ok I was wrong I was on the wrong pin on the 38 pin connector.I was on the wrong one.
it had no power on the pin
ok. I will double check. it is hard getting your head in there! do you happen to have a good fuse diragram for this? I would like to double check the fuse as well. Everyone is working just maybe it was put back in the wrong place? Thanks Doug. you have been a life saver!
all the above so I can make sure I got them all seated in the correct location. I checked again on the correct pin. I had to use a mirror and I got no power.
The wire I am testing is in this area. the 1st picture is the front end of the connector that plugs into it the 2nd is the back in I am testing
I am sorry it is really hard to do this by the computer. I am going back to this picture to had me check behind. I have no power on the pin.
so I plug it in and test from the back of the female plug correct? This is the fuse I was talking about. Is there a fuse that powers the black/white wire?
I was on the wrong pin when I had 12V. Keep with me I will edit the price backout. ok. now something new. When I plugged the meter on the black/white wire it starts at 5V and slowly counts down to 0.
buddy. I got it running! wow! I found the wire under the dash! you are the man. If I have anymore problems can I request you to help?