Re: Did An OEM Battery Maintainer Kill My Car?
Follow up....I've been wrestling with this problem for a few weekends. Pulled a plug and it was dry. Cranked it over and no spark. Disconnected the feed to the fuel rail, cranked it over and no fuel. Could be a lot of things. Checked the crank position sensor and it was Ok. Plugged in a known good ECU and still no start. Last resort, preventatively replaced the main engine relay and voila! It started.
I've had this happen once before with my '91 325ix, so it's been on my mind during this process. Check the simple things first.
Bottom line, the battery charger probably had nothing to do with it...just coincidental.