1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass Repair Question
Fuel, spark, good injectors... wont start (runs with carb cleaner)
So do you have power to the injector wire that is supposed to have power at the injectors with the key in the run position?
With all injectors disconnected and key on, there is 2-3v on one side of each connector. As soon as I connect ANY 1 injector back to its connector, there is no power at any remaining open connector.
Alright theres the problem the pink wire with a black stripe should have battery voltage with the key in the run position.Its power from the inj fuse.
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So do you mean there is a short between the fuse and the injectors? Would this include possibly the injector control module? I am somewhat confused - I thought the injector connection should read battery voltage only when the pulse signal is sent.
No here is how it works you get battery voltage from the inj fuse on the pink wires with a black stripe.That power comes straight from fuse.The injector is plused and control by the ground side of the injector circuit.That would be the light blue wires going to the injectors.Then those wires change to a dark blue color and go back to the ecm/electronic control module.That is what controls the injector pluse.Lets start by seeing what the voltage is at the inj fuse in the fuse box with the key in the run position?Also make sure the battery is fully charged.Check both sides of the fuse.It could be a crossion in the fuse box causing a bad connection even.
12v at battery, no reading at injector fuse. fuse block in general is getting power (i.e. fuel pump fuse reads 12v). I do have all the injector connectors and connectors that attach to anything related to the plenum detached, as I pulled the plenum. Do these need reconnected to get a reading?
Take that back. About .5v at the fuse (I didn't have a good ground on the tester 1st time).
Then your problem is at the fuse box then.Was that 5 volts at the fuse?
In the group of the small 2 prong fuses, where 2 are labeled something to do with injectors, there is only 0.5v on both sides of each fuse. In the other half of the fuse box, where there are larger 5 prong fuses, such as for the fuel pump, there is 12v.
Also check your crank shaft sensor conecter. That crank shaft sensor controls the pulse to your injecters. And it is common on the 3.1, 3.4, & 3.8 for the conecter to be bad. You can but it at any local part store. Part # PT5666.
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