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HouseCallAuto 3/25/2010The fuel pressure is too high but that would not prevent it from starting. You have to check for injector pulse. A simple 12 volt automotive circuit tester can be used. One side of the injector (red wire) has battery voltage with the key on. During cranking the other wire (white) should flash the circuit tester on and off as it cranks. The circuit tester should be clamped to battery + for the pulse test.
Answer this question - very important... Does the fuel pump run continuously with the key in the on position?
crankitup 3/26/2010Thanks HCAuto... Have a Simpson 270 ....and a Fluke meter...but I will look for the test pen
BTW... The pump (fuel) did not run continually with the Ign. switch turned to the run.
I had jumpered the Ground (-) on the fuel pump relay to be sure the pump was running whilst cranking the engine. Thank you for the answer.
I'm scared the ECM may be kerflunked! ( tears) .... I'll get back