[V8] No Start
ingo.rautenberg at gmail.com
Sun Nov 30 08:15:41 PST 2008
Ah.. I know this feeling. My guess is it's flooded. I suggest removing all
plugs, drying them, and if it's time to replace them, just do it (Autolite
103s or ??). I also suggest you make sure the battery is fully charged and
lock and unlock the door with the key to make sure the alarm is properly
disengaged. I freaked out when this happened on my '91 5 speed and later my
'93 V8. Traditional no-start with good battery implies crank position
sensor. But not the weird 'did-I-skip-a-tooth-on-the-timing-belt' sound I
believe you're referring to.
Good luck and let us know what you find, George.
On Sat, Nov 29, 2008 at 10:32 PM, <george.fallot at verizon.net> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> Hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving,I did until today.
> The last time I used the 90V8 was Thursday morning. I went to
> use it late this afternoon and now it won't start.
> I tried to pull the codes and all I get is 4444. I have spark
> at cylinders 1and 5 (the only ones I checked). I also have
> gas, when I take off the return line at the presure regulator
> and crank the engine I have gas.
> The engine sounds different when I crank it,almost like
> the timing belt is broken. I took off the left timing cover and
> the belt is ok. I even cranked it until the timing marks that I
> put on the belt (when I changed it 6k ago) lined up.
> The car has 160k on it and I'm thinking that maybe the
> sensor that counts the flywheel teeth is bad.Neither of
> the 2 sensors have been changed.Is there a way to check it?
> Anybody have any ideas?
> Thanks, George
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