Originally Posted by Technical Ted
Let'* start by cleaning the battery connections, remove the rubber boots to properly clean the cable ends. Next check all the fuses. Fuel pump fuse (#6?) is on the passenger side. After that check the ground bus on both sides of the car. Let us know what you find.
Battery connection cleaned while battery was charging.
I didn't check all fuses ,but fuel pump fuse is OK.
I checked alteary.
Grounds are OK too.
I went to the store and bought fuel pressure gauge.
As soon as I turn ignition ON it shows 40 Psi pressure so fuel is present in a rail.
I tried to start again and it feels like it wants to catch it but can't.
Is it possible that faulty TPS prevent a car from starting, or let'* say one of the bolts on throttle body isn't tight enough?
Thanks for reply by the way.
After tomorrow I will have a bigger job to change accessories bracket.
My is cracked and one tensioner is off the vehicle right now.
It'* without water pump belt at present but it' has nothing with starting car I guess.
Right before I removed TB it was starting perfectly and after I put TB back it started too and then suddenly.....
I put on it used TPS.My was shorting at WOT so I'm not 100% sure it couse present situation.
But I tried to start it couple of times with disconnected TPS and I tried with disconnected MAF.
Edit: Forgot to say,while crankin engine ,fuel pressure remained the same 40 PSI ,maybe with some little unnoticed variation.