Hi Ken, so if I'm reading this correctly, you're stating a bad alternator over charged the car system and blew some stuff out, like the crankshaft angle sensor? If the crankshaft angle sensor goes bad, it prevents it from the vehicle to start? After further troubleshooting, I was able to rule out the distributor going bad since it turns when I crank the car. The issue I am finding is that the fuel pump does not turn on when I put the ignition key in the on position. So something is preventing the fuel pump from turning on. Also, I have a few fuses and relays that were blown out after the car died on me such as the air bag, windshield wipers, fan relay, etc. But any of the fuses that are related to the starter, eng, or any other mechanical part is fine.
Thursday, June 22nd, 2017 AT 11:36 AM