Haven't dug around in my console for awhile, but the only sensor I remember like that hanging by the ECU is the O2 sensor wire harness.
Correct. You are disconnecting both the ECU harness and whatever control relay you are testing. There should be continuity between pin A8 on the control side and 108 on the ECU harness. You'll need to either back-probe or insert a pin. Same goes for A4 to 12 and 25 on the disconnected ECU harness.Secondly in my trouble shooting I am following the manual and I do not understand what it means by check for a short circuit or short to ground. My take on it is, check to make sure the wire has continuity (i.e., between A8-108); then make sure there is no continuity between that wire and the ground.
Considering you are running a Chrome ECU, probably not. But the other O2 sensors are probably going to make a difference.Thanks for the replies. The o2 sensor would make sense, since I am going turbo do I need to worry about that connector?
Is your CAS hooked up on the rear head? I would start with those connections. I find that is the easiest way to disable fuel/spark on these cars. Unhooking that and no more ⚡Sounds good. I have not gotten to wiring in the o2's yet but its on the list to do. Right now I'm trying to figure out why I have no spark.
What is someone has a bad IACV that they transplanted from another engine not knowing it was internally shorted?Typically the Chrome ECUs are not known to fail