Sorry if there'* another thread about this, I couldn't find one...
Here'* my situation, as quickly as possible.
I was on the highway last night, and the car just died, what felt like very suddenly. Coasted to a stop, it would crank over like a *.O.B., but it wouldn't fire. Today, hit the Schraeder valve on the fuel rail, there was ZERO fuel pressure. took off the pressure regulator, looks fine upon visual inspection.
'92 SSE, 175k roughly. Recently got the "Cam Position Sensor" light, but haven't been able to work on it yet, so I had the SES light on constantly. I have also pulled the infamous "Code 58 - Personal Automotive Security System ( PASS-Key ) Fuel Enable Circuit" in the past, so it'* possible
that that code came up also, but I had been ignoring it...
In my infinite genius, I figured, "Maybe if I disconnect the battery a while, it'll fire back up." Now, I have a car that won't run AND I can't get any engine codes out of it because I cleared them all.
IN A NUTSHELL:
If the PASS-key fuel disable is the culprit, will the car still turn over? Is there a way that I can verify that it is explicitly either the ignition / key or the fuel pump?
Thanks in advance.