It sounds that way, but the pressure could be lower than needed, or the regulator on the fuel rail may not be allowing pressure to build and allowing the fuel to be sent back to the fuel tank. Since we know it runs with starting fluid, either we have low fuel pressure, or a problem with the injectors. I hate to do this to you, but we need to check it.
If the pressure falls within specs, then we need to check for a power pulse to each injector to see if they are fireing.
Let me know, and sorry to be a pain, but the fuel pressure regulator could be causing the problem and we need to make sure the pressure builds at the rail.
Sunday, October 4th, 2009 AT 10:01 PM