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    Quote Originally Posted by Montreal300 View Post
    Is the fuel pump still running? It should stop after a few second once the system pressure has built up. If it still runs then the pump is proably toast.
    That will cause a no crank?



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    Quote Originally Posted by DBL.DWN View Post
    That will cause a no crank?
    That’s what I was thinking

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    Probably. Injectors need a certain pressure to function properly and in open loop (starting), the computer has no feed back from the O2 sensors so pressure insures adequate flow from the injectors.

    Quote Originally Posted by DBL.DWN View Post
    That will cause a no crank?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montreal300 View Post
    Probably. Injectors need a certain pressure to function properly and in open loop (starting), the computer has no feed back from the O2 sensors so pressure insures adequate flow from the injectors.
    So without the fuel getting up to pressure, that wouldn’t let the car crank/turn over at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montreal300 View Post
    Probably. Injectors need a certain pressure to function properly and in open loop (starting), the computer has no feed back from the O2 sensors so pressure insures adequate flow from the injectors.
    I can see that causing a no start, But not a no crank.

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