Part 1

This vehicle came in with good spark and no injector pulse. In part 1 of this case study I discuss with my class what this particular computer system needs to provide injector pulse.

Engine Performance Diagnostics chapter 18

symptoms 50

  • intermittent no start with good spark and no injector pulse
  • hesitation
  • misfire

fix 50

  • replace shorted fuel injectors

test shown enh 50

  • how to test for a reference pulse
  • how to verify the ECM is receiving an RPM signal
  • how to speed up scan data parameters
  • how to test for injector pulse
  • how to enter a clear flood mode
  • injector voltage waveforms
  • injector current waveforms

Tools used

  • scan tool
  • lab scope
  • low amp probe
  • back-probing tools
  • test leads

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Playlist

(Chapters 17, 18 and 19) Fuel Injector Testing

Related videos:

GM Bypass Ignition System Operation (part 1):

How to test for shorted fuel injectors (1987-1994 GM Cars):

No Start No injector pulse (shorted injector) part 1:

No Start No injector pulse (shorted injector) part 2:

Rough idle, false MAP codes intermittent no start (shorted injectors) GM :

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