Fuse Box Question
From a different thread by Cruiser5002:
"I started the car and it was running perfectly, no misses ... so it ran fine for about 10 minutes put the fuse box cover back on under the hood so I could test drive it and it started to miss again. so I kinda shook the fuse box and the motor died altogether. turned the key and not even a light would come on! so I disconnected the negetive battery cable then the battery cable at the fuse box and lifted the fuse box up and pushed all the connectors all the way on. a couple of them were pretty loose.
and that did the trick."
I did an oil change and changed a fuse. Upon restart engine ran horrible and I got codes P0201 and P0301. Installed new injector and same problem. Wiring looks undamaged. I am thinking I have a similar fuse box problem. My question is;
When I lift the fuse box, am I lifting the entire box, does the box split in two and what connectors was he referring to? I just don't want to make matters worse.
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