I will somehow try to get a pressure check somewhere.
I just replaced the fuel filter and I loosened the B-nuts on both fuel lines at the TBI individually and got gushes of fuel. I did this while jumping the orange and brown/white wire at the fuel pump relay. With my jumper is in place I can hear the fuel pump run.
With the jumper in place the engine will not start with out a prime. With a prime the engine will start and run normally.
When I remove the jumper and reinstall the fuel pump relay, I do not hear the pump run with the ignition in run and the engine will not start. When I prime the TBI the engine will start.
One significant difference that I noted today is that with the hood up the engine would not start after shutdown when warm. In the past it would start when the engine was warm with the hood down. I'm going to go and refuel and check to see if it will restart warm with the hood down.
Under the front of the air filter housing are two small plastic tubes. One of the tubes runs to a sensor that has three wires connected to it and this sensor is attached to the Air Filter housing. The other tube is longer and wraps around to the rear of the air filter and is not attached to any device that is clearly visible. I have yet to find any device to connect with this tube. Can you tell me where to connect this tube?
Saturday, February 6th, 2010 AT 2:30 PM