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1G No fire

68442

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Oct 14, 2007
Des Moines, Iowa
93 eclipse auto and 6 bolt. Was to the point of running ok on the fic 1650s, did a small change on global to lean it out a bit, the car did not like it, died right away. Since then no fire and just sounds different while turning over, starter and the pumping noise of the motor. Seems really odd for a non event. Plugs all dry, connections all good.

So make sure timing didn't slip, fuses?
 

68442

Proven Member
635
4
Oct 14, 2007
Des Moines, Iowa
general cranking

where it stopped, just noticed throttle showed 97%, it wasnt. today it reads fine.
 

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Buddy2

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Oct 7, 2013
Helsinki, Europe
Starting from beginning could be good idea. Checking mechanical timing is correct. Measure battery voltage. Id unplug injector wires and take plugs out and crank the motor to see if spark is ok while plugs are hanging(need a friend). If this checks out ok id look in to fuel issue like fuel pressure is ok and injectors are getting voltage. Reset your injectors where they should mostlikely be in link. Also take a look at stupid things like your water temp sensor showing normal reading in link.

Edit: i just noticed you said timing not lining up. This is mostlikely cause. I once had motor that had skipped 2 teeth and did not start up. Did not break anything tho. Only way to have slack in belt would be bad hydraulic tensioner or fully extended with inproper installation of pulley i think.
 
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