First let's find out whats going on before throwing parts at it. 90 percent chance spark is missing too. That negates a fuel pump issue, and we don't know what is meant by "jumping it". Crankshaft position sensors fail WAY more often than relays. A real simple test for people who understand how the circuit works is to measure the voltage on the two small wires on the back of the alternator. If battery voltage is there for up to two seconds after turning on the ignition switch, the ASD relay is working and the computer has control of it. Real simple. Real fast. But we haven't established the owner understands the procedures and required observations.
If you reread the original post, you will see there is no indication yet the owner knows how the system works, we have no idea what is meant by "jumped", and new parts already didn't solve the problem so we don't know what, if any diagnostics were done. Obviously the train left the tracks somewhere, so, ... Sacredblonde, ... Have you checked for spark yet?
Sunday, February 28th, 2010 AT 12:05 PM