You have told me that there is no spark. And no fuel, or you smell gas?
Wonderful, I'm happy. You, ve replaced the black computer called a PCM.
And coil pack with all three coils, so take a scan reading. Get in, turn key on, off, on, off, on and look at the check engine lamp. It'll blink if the PCM is OK.
Write these blinking codes down. The last code is 5 blinks and 5 blinks. Code 55, the end of self diagnostics. You may have a code 12 first, after this let me know.
You have a 3.3 or 3.8. Or 3.0L? You have a 12 volt test light? You have all good fuses? Battery is good? Crank it over and read the codes, after cranking with all things hooked up. You smell gas? You hear relays and fuel pump after turning key on?
The key test should be done all within 5 seconds and you can do it over and over so take your time, and tell me what codes, if any. No to bench test of module. Both are tested in vehicle. A test is available, since you have done the things I asked, we are starting.
There is a crank sensor and cam sensor. A shutdown relay, a fuel pump relay, and a timing belt we must check, so we'll start with codes. OK Need info on size of engine and gas smell.
Its fuel, spark, and engine. So answer the questions, the more I know, the better and faster it goes. There may be more questions, but with a new voltage tester(thank-you) and answers, I'll see you as far as we can, ok. I'll check back at 8:00
Or tomorrow so don't rush. As lomg as the parts are good and they have power at their wiring, not much left. So test for power to the comp. And coil pack wires, if you can after you give me the codes and engine and gas check. No belt with 3.3, 3.8. Just crank and cam and PCM, coils and wires to plugs. I'm glad to help T man.
Friday, October 23rd, 2009 AT 5:35 PM