There are people out there who are just hard headed.
I had one whom I had diagnosed as a faulty PCM but he refuses to accept as it is a costly item and we went round the circle a few times.
Prior to accepting that the PCM is faulty, he had the compression out of specs and I pointed it out to him but it was ignored and instead he came back at me and asked if I had read his post while answering.
In the end after replacing the PCM the problem of no initial fuel pump priming at ignition was resolved but there were other problems which he came back and after my last reply, I have yet to hear from him.
I would ask if he had used a test lamp to test the fuses. Just to back up your point, say you have encountered many cases whereby the fuses were the visually inspected but did not yield any fault but testing proved the fuses were bad.
If you think you have met all types of people, wait till you meet the one that makes you pull your hair.
Have a great day to blow away your blues.
Sunday, January 17th, 2010 AT 6:45 AM