Yes, if it starts with starting fluid (even only for a couple seconds) you have spark. Now, with all the new codes you gave me, I have to start over. Hang in there. Lol
First, since you have spark, I HAVE TO know if the fuel pressure at the fuel rail is within the manufacturer's specs. Are you certain the regulator is working properly and not allowing too much or too little pressure to build?
Next, if the pressure is correct and all is working properly, we need to check the injectors to see if they are getting an electrical pulse to inject fuel.
If that is good, remove the plugs (don't mix up the wires) and inspect. Are they wet? Are they black or fouled?
Let me know. Sorry for all the steps.
Sunday, March 22nd, 2015 AT 11:12 AM