I am hoping somebody has some suggestions on what we should look at next to try to get my car running again. If I forget any details, please let me know.
Car specs: '86 Camaro, 2.8, 6-cyl, multi-port fuel injection.
I was in the last 4 miles of a 64 mile drive when the car died without notice. I shouldn't say completely without notice, the check engine light had been coming on periodically. I was doing roughly 45 mph and it just stalled. It has roughly 3/4 tank of gas in it which had been purchased the day prior.
Troubleshooting we have done so far:
We replaced the fuel filter as we knew it needed to be done anyways. After doing so, we noticed that the spark plugs are dry.
When turning the key to the on position, the fuel pump doesn't start.
Attempted to run fuel pump with test connector through terminal G, did not work.
Replaced oil/fuel pump switch, then retried the test connector through terminal G and the fuel pump operated. Car still won't start.
Replaced fuel pump relay. Fuel pump still works through test connector, but not when I turn the key on. Car still won't start.
Tuesday, July 5th, 2011 AT 3:09 PM