I had my truck in the shop and I pulled the transmission because I had clutch problems. Put the transmission back in and found that my cps (crank position sensor) had been pinched in the bell housing. Pulled tranny again and got it out. Cut the wires and replaced them one at a time. Put back in the truck and ran. Then a day later it runs barely and stalls and dies when it want. CPS wire had fell out because the wires broke. Put it back together taped it and made sure it was tight now I have crank and no start? Could doing the wiring trip the add relay and cause it to not start. I'm not sure if I can hear the fuel pump when turned "on" but I have fuel to the fuel rail. The valve will shoot fuel to the top of the hood when it's open? So is my problem still the CPS or something else? By the way I replaced the ignition coil brand new Cps after I pinched it. Help please? What can this be? Oh and when it finally quit completely I was driving down the road a block from my house and it just cut all power to engine. No stall no warning. I was on the accelerator when this happened so pretty sure it's not the tps but not completely sure
have the same problem?
Tuesday, November 26th, 2013 AT 10:55 AM