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Old 04-15-2014, 08:35 PM   #1
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2002 Montana won't start
Ok I have put a new motor in a
Montana van first time starting it
started right up 15 sec died would
crank but not start took bat out
charged came back started right up
ran for a min I shut it off then
restarted shut off now no start cranks
like crazy has good spark and getting
fuel to injectors if I use carb cleaner it
will start plz help !!!
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If your using a secondary fuel source to make the engine run(such as carb cleaner or ether) then either your NOT getting fuel to the injectors or your injectors are NOT firing. You need to test for fuel pressure with a pressure gauge.
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The fuel pressure is good and yes will fire right up with carb cleaner
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What'* your fuel pressure?
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52 psi I think I no it was with in spec
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Turn power to ON and probe 1 of your fuel injectors. You should see 12v on one of the wires. Usually a pink wire on injectors.
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Yes I do
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A noid light would come in handy right now unless your creative with a multimeter.
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You said you think it'* at specs. Did you actually put a gage on it? You can have pressure but no volume. How'* the fuel filter?
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Yes on a gage and Wat would make um not fire
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