1) Verified spark - new coil, new wires, new plugs - grounded a spark plug running through the new distributor cap and got a nice orange spark.
2) Checked fuel pressure - got 40# at attempted start up and held at 37#/36# after that.
3) Checked the injector wires with a NOID light and got a nice steady pulse. The NOID was not specific to the vehicle, so the pulse was low light, but nonetheless, it pulsed steadily.
4) Changed the injectors - the truck sat for two years and I figured the fuel had gelled and stuck the injectors. Still nothing.
5) Checked the air flow through the exhaust - maybe some critter had built a nest in there and was choking it out - but the air was moving fine.
Somehow I am still not getting fuel delivery into the cylinders. Is there a magical way to install injectors and putting them right back in the same hole as the old ones was wrong?
I dont even know where to go from here. I do not have a code reader. I know that I can ground a wire and count the blinks - but besides going through that painful process, any further ideas.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010 AT 5:54 AM