grogee Posted April 12, 2022 Author Share Posted April 12, 2022 More evidence against the DICk: The defendant is asked to explain the presence of wet plugs. Either the ECU isn't sending a signal to fire the plugs, all of a sudden, for no reason at all. Or, the defendant isn't processing that signal into a coil impulse and a spark. @twosmoke300 I took the old one apart; there was no oil in it that I could see. Maybe it's inside the epoxy'd bit? AA man reckons that injectors wouldn't fire if crank sensor didn't work. I'm with him on this; how does the ECU know when to fire the injectors if it doesn't have a crank position signal? Also there's no code for a bad crank sensor. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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