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#71

Did you ground the ring terminal that wasn't attached to anything? Have you made sure pins 20, 40, 46 & 60 are properly grounded?

C'ya - RAY

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Former 2.3T courier (blow-thru carbed) & soon turbo ranger
Placerville, California
(former)  '78 2.3T Courier w/blow-thru Autolite 2bbl carb ~ (current)  '87 2.3T Ranger w/PiMP’d EFI
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#72

Your self test output connector must not be connected, or is wired wrong. The fuel pump test is run from this connector, and you coundn't do this test either. The codes are retrieved from this same connector and you can't retrieve the codes. You have a wiring problem.
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#73

turbo, haven't tried yet, will give it a try tomorrow.

?Ya, the person doing my wiring only did the wires for the VAM. I think I'll try to do the other ones. With a little help from some people here, it shouldn't be that hard.
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99 Twin Turbo 427 Trans Am
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#74

Hey T/T - Did ya solve yer probs yet? The weekend's here, and I'm thinkin' about BEER (and free beer is even better - lol)! [Image: biggrin.gif]

C'ya - RAY

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Former 2.3T courier (blow-thru carbed) & soon turbo ranger

[This message has been edited by TurboRay (edited 12-01-2001).]
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(former)  '78 2.3T Courier w/blow-thru Autolite 2bbl carb ~ (current)  '87 2.3T Ranger w/PiMP’d EFI
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#75

Hey 87, been reading all the posts. Have you checked your injector plugs with a noid light? It will tell you if you are getting power and groud pulse at the injectors. It sounds like you haven't checked this yet. Maybe you have bad wiring in this area. Do you have an integrated relay controller or regular relays? Let me know. Good luck!
88 turbocoupe,ported stock valve head,stock cam,header,T3,3" downpipe-dual 2 1/2",magnaflows,FMIC, T5, 3.55's, 2-step,car lightened,3150lbs.
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#76

Hey 87, have you checked the injector plugs with a noid light? It will tell you if you have power and ground pulse at the injectors. It sounds like you haven't checked this yet. You may not have power here. Good luck and let me know what you find!
88 turbocoupe,ported stock valve head,stock cam,header,T3,3" downpipe-dual 2 1/2",magnaflows,FMIC, T5, 3.55's, 2-step,car lightened,3150lbs.
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#77

Hey 87, have you tried checking the injector plugs with a noid light? This will tell you if you are getting power and ground pulse at the injectors. Sounds like this hasn't been checked yet. Also if the relay contacts are burnt, the relay could still click but not get the power thru. Just a couple ideas. Good luck! I tried posting twice but they didnt go thru.
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#78

Turbo, Sorry not yet, kinda slacked on trying to get it to start this weekend. Will work on it this week.

Not sure of the diffence between integrated relay controller or regular relays.

turbo, one of your post says to check pin #20 for ground. But if I remember correctly, There is no pin in #20. Not sure on this, just saying. I could be wrong.

[This message has been edited by 87TwinTurbo347 (edited 12-03-2001).]
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