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Topic Review (Newest First)
10-17-2007 06:35 AM
Ronzuki Pull the ECM module out open it up and see if there is some nasty junk under the capacitors (tall round blue things) if so, they need to be replaced. VERY common problem. There is a guy goes by 'Surly' on the Zuharrie BBS that repairs them for about 250 if you can't do it yourself. He's a very respectable guy. 90 ECMs are hard to come by.

HTH, Ron
10-04-2007 11:39 PM
90 samurai fuel problem

my 90 samurai ran fine , i parked it , came out next day now this problem. it is cranking but not starting. i think it is not getting fuel, it is getting spark, (i checked it with a plug). i cranked and checked throttle body, no fuel smell.

all fuses are good, plenty of gas in tank

is there a way to test the fuel pump relay before replacing computer or fuel pump ?(cant really afford either)

I'm somewhat novice but intuitive and follow instructions well. please help, love this car, original owner, great condition, wont run

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