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03-27-2006 01:54 PM #1
03-27-2006 03:25 PM #2
Hope his helps
03-27-2006 03:56 PM #3
Re: Check this.
it shows me that at least there is no ignition relay in the main box... where could it be!?
Also, does any one know what the small 1" by 2" box mounted right next to the air box is? It's a Bosch part, the number on it is 0 280 101 001. Inside there is a circle type "contraption". Is this related to the ignition? Any takers?
03-27-2006 04:04 PM #4
03-27-2006 04:07 PM #5
behind coolant expansion tank....
pull the plastic lid. behind that you will find 3 relays.
the center relay is the one for the ECU and fuel pump.
with this relay pulled, you can crank over the engine to
build oil pressure, e.g. after engine has sat for the winter.
the sensor next to the airfilter is a pressure sensor.
the ECU uses it to make fueling and ignition timing adjustment,
in a rather rough way, based on altitude.
03-30-2006 01:51 PM #6
IT STILL WON'T START
Relay made no difference.
Crank sensors? Not sure if that s it, it runs just like a top when it does start. Once again, it only fails to start when it is hot.
Ignition control modual maybe? (It is located under the dash on the driver's side, right?)
This is really starting to get discouraging.....
03-30-2006 05:58 PM #7
03-31-2006 09:09 AM #8
So far, no stalling, but there is the hot start symtom. Well, in that case, this will be my next step.
One interestng thing I noticed was that the purge valve relay was wired into the main relay using c-clip wire spices.(you know, the type where you put the two wires in side by side then close the clip over them to achieve connectivity...) This did not look like something the factory would do. I disconnected them at the splices and am continuing to moniter.....
Once again, to every on out there, thanks for the help! With your continues support, and the grace of God, I will eventually beat this terrible automotivve affliction.
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