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Yes still need help. The only way I can get the car to run is to spray it with carb cleaner. All the forums I have read say try to spray with carb cleaner to see if it runs, but dont say anything about where to go from there if it does run. I have spark and I have fuel pressure to the rail. I checked injector pulse with a noid lighjt and I get nothing which mean my injectors arent firing. Ive read that the crank sensor could be bad but I also found that the crank sensor tells the coils to fire as well so if i have spark that should mean my crank sensor is working. The car was running fine before I swapped the motor.
Can I get a wiring diagram that shows that
See those diagrams below.
Okay checked ecm fuses and relay and fuel pump relay all have power where they should and click when the key is turned on. I tried putting a different ignition control module in with no success. Any ideas?
Are you getting a rpm signal?
can I check that with a voltmeter? Also it shows an external resistor on the wiring diagram for the control circuit of the injectors, does it show where thats at? Just thinking if I left that unplugged?
None of my diagrams show the resistor location. An analog volt meter can check fr a square wave signal.