It drops to 0 v when cranking and returns to 12v when cranking stops. I couldn't sit still and do computer work. All pages are in place and straight. Distributor shaft is loose in it's bushing? But it's almost brand new. I still don't know for sure which cable is incorrect. Driver side rear brake adjustment.
After about 2 hours mucking around trying to get the sensor out from it's rusty threads, I decided to give up, and took the van to the commerical repair shop to replace the sensor. Lots of electrical testing today. Initially a quick tap to see if there would be a spark. January 2015 - Brake Hydraulic Lines: I started crawling around under the van to route wires for an electronic brake controller. However the brake warning light was still stuck on. What a trip to get to this simple answer! Turning over the engine immediately starts it.
Use a new or sharp drill bit so it does not snag or grab on the rivet. However, when I used the manual slider switch on the brake controller, t he fuse I installed feeding the brake controller popped. For some reason the dashboard brake warning light is still on. I have other pages about my 230,000 mile. Something is marginal, but mostly not working.
I received 12 and 55 no 42. Maybe cranking could cause a vacuum and increase fuel flow? I will make sure to use the parking brake every time now, just to make it practice wiggling in the cable sheath. I think someone during the last fix accidently put in a metric nut. Actually it fell off the end down into the door. However, things worked out better than expected.
I just experienced the same situation with mine and thanks to your expertise I was able to do as little as jiggle the wires around the relays and it started right up. Then pull the window up. There was a little plastic box connected to it. It provides power to or indirectly to the ignition coil. It stabilizes long term at about 65 ohms, which is okay since there are other circuits in parallel. I tried to plug it with my thumb, but it just sprayed fuel all over like a hose. I included lots of links to web resources I found useful.
Across the primary tests 1. September 2017 - Fuel Pressure Some time last summer, the van started needing longer and longer time cranking to start - sometimes 10-15 seconds. It's like stretchy and sticky wax paper. One is shorter and goes on the forward side of the glass and one is longer and goes on the rear and top side of glass. If I move the key to crank the engine, the pressure slowly rises over about 10 seconds up to a stable pressure above 12 psi my gauge goes only to 10 psi.
In picture r2c1, you can see the two terminals, with almost-red copper tips to the little bolt ends. It just comes up slowly - about 7 seconds. . At idle speeds with the air filter removed, there isn't any vacuum in the throttle body anhow. Why should it take 15 seconds to get the fuel pressure up to 14 psi? Everything is not a difficult problem. Early spring 2009, my 1989 Dodge van with 135,000 miles was working fine, then one Sunday morning, it sparked a bit, almost started the engine, and quit. If the engine is hot, it may never start.
The brown plastic piece unclipped easily and I could get at the fuel pump and the black sock filter. We almost go stranded at a rest stop coming back from another state. I retightened it until I could get the rear coupler loose. When the brake pedal was ~not~ stepped on, this pink wire fed voltage to nothing. It's just not that complicated, and I can't find it. I fixed the van by plugging the harness back into the factory mounted relay and discarding the water damaged relay.
Press the arm and rotate it until you can stick a bolt through the hole and lodge it against the motor frame see in the picture above. To drop the tank, it turns out the bolts were so rusted I had to cut them off with a hacksaw. Only the vent line seeped a little bit if I poured fuel into the tank vent line. Fuel pump doesn't come on until engine is cranking. The front of the brake line connection was along the front left side of the van. During installation, two modifications were made.