Hey Cam how's it going. There is fuel pressure, there is spark, but the plugs are dry. Is it the cam sensor
Country: United StatesMake: OldsmobileModel: AleroYear: 2002Engine: 2.2
Hello, I'm Cam. Please include all the details about your issue so I can accurately advise you. I cannot see your vehicle so please be detailed.How much pressure is there?
does it start with some fuel sprayed into the intake?
just a minute
yes it does start spraying fuel in the throttle body
Does it stay running?
Is the security light flashing?
When you tested the fuel pressure, did it hold or did it fall?
Pressure held.Turned the ignition on fuel pressure went to 56lbs for 3 seconds then dropped to 50lbs and stayed there
Poor wiring connection then at the engine possibly causing the injector not to fire. No there is no cam sensor, rather it uses the crand sensor.
11 years Automotive experience all with Gm.
I don't see any problems with the wiring under the hood anywhere. I'm going to pay you though,if you can send me in any direction that would really help me. Thanks!
I would get a noid light and test the injector pulse while cranking the engine. This will tell us if the injector is being controlled or not.
I do have a noid light set,I hooked the light up, it doesn't light up with the ignition on nor does it flash when the engine is rolling over
Ok so is there power at each injector?
yes there is power
So the wiring to the PCM or even the PCM itself, but possibly a weak crank sensor not triggering enough. Be sure to check the grounds from the PCM as well.
thank you very much talk to you later
Hey gm tech cam how ya do'in, I've got a display on my computer says I'm waiting for the expert to reply..I just wanted to make sure you were paid for this question because the problem has been resolved a long time ago
Yes, all is good. Thanks.