10-15-2016, 07:28 AM
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Georgetown, Guyana
I really HATE having to repeat myself, so just do me a favour and go read that last post a second time.
Let's look at the "facts" as stated by you.
a) You KNOW you have a fuel delivery issue, because when you add fuel separately the engine runs...
that means that either the injectors are not firing, the injectors are clogged or for some other reason they are not allowing fuel to pass.
b) You claim you can hear the injectors ticking, so presumably the ECU is firing them...
Where does that leave you?
Do you really think all four injectors have suddenly & simultaneously clogged? I mean, it's not impossible, but is it probable? Wouldn't/shouldn't you have had some prior notice of clogging - poor running, gradual loss of power prior to the engine dying?
We can only interpret the symptoms you provide and make suggestions based on those.
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