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Old 02-08-2018, 07:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I recently picked up a 1990 samurai which had been sitting up for who knows how long. I replaced the fuel tank, pump and filter in hopes that the fueling problem would be fixed. Pump is definitely running but no fuel is being squirted into the throttle body. Not sure what my next step should be. Test injector? Any help would be greatly appreciated. (Btw the engine runs on starting fluid so I know it has spark.)
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Would check to see if throttle body is receiving power and ground
If not then check for blown fuse or bad relay
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Does the check engine light come on. Not sure how many things can set this on the injection models.
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in hopes that the fueling problem would be fixed.
In this I read the car was parked due to a fuel problem.

Then you replaced those parts in hopes that the fueling issue would be resolved.

My question would then be, is the new fuel pump operating when you turn the key.
If not, it could be the fuse, relay and possibly the ECU.
As Bex suggested on a similar issue, replacing the capacitors resolved the issue, I do not know for certain if that would pertain to your case.
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Yes the check engine light comes on. I put a fuse in the diagnosis slot but the check engine light didnít flash
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I don't think these throw a code for the injector so I guess you could at least check it's resistance.
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