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Old 09-18-2012, 10:29 AM
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Hmm, don't know about the magnets order.

Crater,

Do you really trust your "glue" job ?

I've seen magnets come loose and punch holes in the top of engine blocks.....

The first thing mentioned in the EFI manual section is to check the condition of the engine first, A cylinder leak-down test gives a good idea what's going on inside.

The MIL light gives a idea which way to go for troubleshooting, If there's no MIL or it's non-functional the manual flow charts and test procedures are the only way to go if you don't have the software program.

I'd suggest starting from the top and following each step as outlined, If you get to the end of the test procedures and all components pass, Look closer at the ECU.....

I've used the flow charts a couple times to locate issues with success, But it does take a little time....
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