Ok, car had been good, too good, no problems in months, it was running great and I was about to say hey, I finally fixed this car, but today I decided to go for a drive and stop at bank and what not... Now I am outside bank trying to start it to go home, it won't start
No click click, starter is good as you can hear it crank but the car will not stay on, I just looked through all the IC piping and everything is tight! AFc is good too, and the boos controller is set, battery is also showing me 13.9v on my fluke meter, so why wouldn't it start? I can smell fuel and I know it's getting spark
The car did sit for 3 weeks, but that should be fine I filled up this morning with good 93 gas, please somebody help! Tell me what to do just so I can drive it home, because it was fine all the way here no problems
Ancient spirits of evil, transform this decayed form into Mum-ra!!
the ever living! you have no idea of the forces you are dealing with!
It's not ecu, ecu is brand spanking new and it tests fine, it goes to the middle of gauge when key goes in, I'm thinking it's the fuel pump which if it is will mark the third aero motive stealth pump this year... If it is the pump I'm not even going for warranty I'll just get a Walbro
It's the goddamn fuel pump it's friggin not pumping anything, I took the nipple off and tried to start it and nothing came out of the line ( little styrofoam cup under it)
As I type this I'm getting a ride to a shop that says they have walbros in stock
This time no Hotwire damn it, while I got the car down for the pump I'll go ahead and put the 15G turbos back in, I want to get the 19t rebuilt, I know the front one is smoking a bit, never buy used shit ...
Because my original stealth pump was not hotwired, was installed by Pampena and it lasted a year until I went in and hotwired it after my engine caught fire,
After that I had to buy another pump in a week and then another one a month later, fast forward 4 months and I'm out buying another pump, so I think I'll try normal now
Yes I will get the walbro 400, that way if I do decide to get td05 later I got room
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