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Old 10-13-2016, 10:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 98 Jimny only runs on external fuel source

98 Jimny Wide, JB33W-11300, G13BB Engine
Car quit like it ran out of fuel.
Tank is full. Can here fuel pump run. Take fuel return line of after pressure valve and it pumps fuel into separate container with the key on. Car will start and run on starter fluid or if I drissell gas into the intake. I can here injectors ticking when the engine turns over. No codes show up other than 12.
Where do I go from here??
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Have you actually measured the fuel pressure? If not, start there, fuel flow and the presence of fuel after the regulator doesn't mean there is enough pressure to inject.
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I have to get to town and get a better pressure gauge but I am thinking that if the pressure relief valve is not holding back the pressure and then just letting the fuel just flow thru then the injectors don't fire properly. ??
But if the pressure valve is weak then will the pump build enough pressure to read on the gauge indicating the pump or the relief valve?? I may try just pinching of the fuel return line a bit to decrease the flow which would increase pressure and see if it runs.
Does any of this make sense?
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Old 10-15-2016, 07:28 AM   #4 (permalink)
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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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