Bringing a used car up to snuff for a sis-in-law. I just fixed a stalling problem where a fuel injector was shorted. In the process I changed the air filter, plugs, wires, fuel filter, fuel relay, ICM, CKP, TPS & flushed and tested the MAF. NOW: 3 times in a week since the car is on the road, the starter has continued to crank when the key is relaxed to the run position. When you turn the key off, the engine continues to crank for 45 sec- 1 min, then shuts off. If you return the key to run during the cranking time, the car will not restart. 1st time was after replacing the ICM (last thing I did besides the shorted injector). Q: is the solenoid signal to the starter going from the key thru the ICM, the ECM/PCM, OR is it a direct to the solenoid? What can cause a starter to stick ON like this on a 1993 GM V6 with *bypass ignition*
have the same problem?
Sunday, March 11th, 2012 AT 10:41 PM