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Old 07-19-2013, 02:49 PM
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How much power in volts are you getting to the positive side of the coil input? ASD could be failing. You need to do a cranking test. You should see battery voltage at the coil, meaning at least 12.4 volts. According to the FSM, this is the case for fuel pump, fuel injectors, ignition coil, and O2 sensor heater element. The PCM provides 8 volts to the camshaft position sensor, and 5 volts to MAP and TPS. Monitor the positive lead of the coil while attempting to start for 5 seconds. Watch what the voltage indicates. It will do one of three things. It will either (1)remain near zero the whole time, (2)will be near 12 volts initially, then drop after 1-2 seconds, or (3)will remain around 12 volts the entire time. That result will determine further actions.
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