Shorts can be hard to find, and this isn't the place for it for obvious reasons, it will have to be physically looked at. Wha I would suggest is to check all the fuses in the underhood junction box then check the coolant temp sensor it shold have abot 1550 ohms when at 230 degrees, fuel pressure sensor which shold have about 2.2 volts at 30 psi and intake air temp sensor which shold be about 3.51 volts at 50 degrees lower volt astemp is higher. And finallyo r first if you like disconnect any sensor to see if engine starts. That wil put it in open loop. You might also try checking resistance on crank and cam sensors, although we dont' have any numbers here so you might check against a new one. Other than that I have nothing else to give you. Oh, one otehr thing there is a ground wire on the rad support for pcm and rpcm relay. Make sure that is good and then check pcm relay as that runs the inectors form a signal the pcm will give it.
Monday, September 24th, 2012 AT 10:36 PM