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Old 06-24-2004, 07:52 PM   #1
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well.. I installed the 370cc injectors today, only to find out my engine will not even turn over...

I turn the key and it trys to start.. and nothing..

So I put the stock ones back in.. same thing happened.. Anyideas?
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the 370cc are sidefed and are from the sr20.
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sure you got the fuel lines hooked up right? All the sensors hooked up?

Are you getting spark? Pull a plug wire off, and set it next to something grounded... then have someeone turn the engine over.

If you are getting spark, then it is not likely a sensor, it is something w/ fuel delivery

If you are not getting spark, you wont get fuel. In this case, it could be a sensor, or coil pack... something limiting spark.

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sure you got the fuel lines hooked up right? All the sensors hooked up?

Are you getting spark? Pull a plug wire off, and set it next to something grounded... then have someeone turn the engine over.

If you are getting spark, then it is not likely a sensor, it is something w/ fuel delivery

If you are not getting spark, you wont get fuel. In this case, it could be a sensor, or coil pack... something limiting spark.

-Jake
Im not getting spark with the nemisis or the stock ecu. How do i test the coil pack? The wire going to the coilpack shows 12v between the red/blue and yellow/black wires when trying to start.
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Old 06-26-2004, 09:32 PM   #5
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is your crank sensor plugged in?

Do you have test light?

on one of the wires going into the coil pack you should have a pulsed signal while cranking with the test light grounded.

Jay
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