Pull the plugs
Type: Posts; User: brian500
Pull the plugs
Plug the plugs and see if they have coolant on them.
Yeah i was about to say ecu next if it was not the relay. You can test the pins at the ecu to see if you are getting power in the right spots. If everything checks out then plug in the ecu. Pin 23 is...
Switch out the 109 relay.
Take the plastic piece off the plug. Then you can test the wire.
Hummmmm plug the ecu. Test pin 9 again. I cant remember if it comes on with the ecu is plugged in or not.
Crank the car and see if pin 9 lights up bright.
With key on and ecu plug disconnected and use a test light. Pin 6, 9, 38, 54.
You need to check the pins at the ecu, im at an event right now so as soon as i am back i will tell you which pins to test
Crank sensor does, but if the cel light turns on and off at random times then it is a loss of power or the ecu is no good.
You have a spare 109 relay?
Is the cel on when key on?
To take off the bolt? I think it is a 32mm iirc. Use a air gun. And if that wont work then heat it up and use tge air gun.
Yes, you will have the cover around it, if you dont take off the pulley
Needs to be converted to 5x100
There are two grounds that are on the throttle cable. Make sure they are grounded. If thats good then the t42 connector is not properly locked. When you think it is locked you have 2mm more of a...
Get a chip from United Motorsports that will take care of the emission cel etc. if your mk2 is a 90-92 the fusebox is the same as the corrado and obd2. Also with the chip you wont have to worry about...
Do the chains regardless. If you buy a coil pack ecu then you will need the ecu harness since the ecu is a 4 pin maf. I would just covert everything over to obd2
How do you know the ecu is bad? When you turn the key do you hear the fuel pump prime?