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Postby montzz1 [OP] » March 7th 2009, 9:35am

hi guys new here and straight in with a problem
ive a 1994 astro vortec engine, cmfi injection, what i brought as a non runner ! brave i know
well ive had it running after putting new plugs in it as 3 of them were missing! lol but after it was turned off it wouldnt start back up
on the fuel side ive emptied tank and put new fuelin , new fuel filter and checked fuel pressure which is 56-58psi also checked fuel pressure tester by putting it on my other astro, yes ive 2 ,that was 57psi ignition on to 63psi cranking engine , that 1 funs fine (just has abs light on )but thats another issue
on the ignition side it seemed to be sparking but when checking spark it did seem weak to me , in chilterns manual it says pull off 4 pin plug from distributer module and check 4 spark and if it has spark still the coil is knackered well mine still has spark so i brought a new coil a cheap *** 1 from ebay .com also brought a dizzy cap and rotor arm
well i fitted all of them yesterday and tried starting it ,it started an ran well reved upfine engine sounds good ,after 20 secs i turned it off and started it again vrooom started fine again ,then again ,i left it running and walked away to go to the loo when i came back it was hunting (revs going up and down) and when i pushed acceleretor pedal it died and wouldnt start again
tried starting it few times but nothing ,
i checked for spark at spark plug and when cranking it gave 1 first good spark then looked weak again , i then pulled off 4 pin dizzy conection again to check coil and it was still sparking so maybe coils just crap i thought
anyway now there is no spark ,i checked power to coil etc via chilterns manual and boiled it down to coil or dizzy ignition module which i was thinking could have been the problem infirst place
any sugestions or experience with these is appreciated
want to get it sparking then will go down fuel road to see if problem is there also
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Re: to start or not to start that is the pain in de ***

Postby montzz1 [OP] » March 7th 2009, 10:11am

just thought i better add the no spark is at the coil , tried 2 leads
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Postby Matrixx » March 7th 2009, 11:14am

Hi montzz1

Did this problem occur before the tune-Up (engine cycling up and down)? I can't stress enough how important it is to use AC Delco ignition parts. A lot of the UK members uses http://www.rockauto.com to get the Delco parts shipped to them. I'm sure other auto part stores ship overseas, but I'm not aware of them.

This could be a host of possibilities here. I believe with your year, the obdI computer relies on a signal from the oil pressure sending unit to start the engine. If this unit is faulty, and doesn't give the right signal or a faulty signal to the computer, then it "could" do what your experiencing now. Bad fuel pressure, faulty coil, module, can also do this as well as a faulty TPS or IAC sensor or even vacuum leaks.

I think the way your going about it is the correct way of eliminating each area. if your not getting the coil to light off, then you need to back trac further along the system to where you do get power. Here is a link which I hope helps:
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I'm sure others will chime in if they can. Please keep us updated,Thanks.:)
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Re: to start or not to start that is the pain in de ***

Postby astro355 » March 7th 2009, 6:13pm

So once the motor got warm, it starting running bad and then died. Did you try firing it up once the engine got cold?
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Re: to start or not to start that is the pain in de ***

Postby montzz1 [OP] » March 8th 2009, 12:03am

hi , thanks for your replys ,
i brought it with this problem . i will look into tps iac sensers ,where are vacume leaks prone to be on this ?
as i lost total spark before it went cold i couldnt try to start it cold again but yes i it was hunting before i put coil , cap and rotor on it , with just new plugs it would start when was cold again did run rough though ,and when u switched it off it wouldnt start , was kinda as though it wanted to every now and then though but just didnt, the cap etc just made it run much better
forgot to add when i started it the last time b4 it lost spark after service bits from cold it idled well and ran well till was warm whats his i hear about closed/open loop?
i was thinking maybe the module was playing up when it was getting warm ,(as i had that once on ford xr3i) lol. also inside dizzy the pick up coil is a bit rusty !
thanks again ,steve
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Re: to start or not to start that is the pain in de ***

Postby astro355 » March 8th 2009, 1:43am

Closed and open loop are preset programs built into the ecm. Open loop happens when you first start your car. The engine runs richer and the main goal of open loop is to warm the engine up. Once the engine is at desired operating temperature, it goes into closed loop.

Closed loop measures the amount of incoming air and adds and/or subtracts the amount of fuel so the engine has an A/F ratio of 14 to 1.

So you can have an engine that dies once you go into closed loop because of a defective sensor (MAP, O2, etc). Or if you just turned the van off and tried to restart it. That's why I asked if the van would restart if it was cold.
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Re: to start or not to start that is the pain in de ***

Postby montzz1 [OP] » April 14th 2009, 4:27pm

ok heres the latest ,
i have replaced the ignition module and coil with new ones also took off egr valve and gave it a good clean put it all back together and started it, it fired up ran fine turned it off after say 15secs tried it again it started fine then done same again , started fine , i let it run for about a minute then tried it again this time it wouldnt start, as soon as its warm it dies ,when its dies theres still a good spark .
i went back to it in the morning when cold and it fired straight up runs fine idles fine as soon as its warm it dies????
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Re: to start or not to start that is the pain in de ***

Postby montzz1 [OP] » April 14th 2009, 6:13pm

just went back to it ,its now about 4 hours later tried to start it kinda wanted to at times but didnt
before i tried starting it again i checked for engine codes it flashed code 12 which i know is normal but then code 15 which i know is coolant temperature sensor, would that stop it starting??
i then disconected the battery for a min to clear codes and tried to start it then again checked for codes this time all ok just code 12 so it had got that code 15 from when it was running this morning i know this cos i took the battery with me
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Re: to start or not to start that is the pain in de ***

Postby Matrixx » April 14th 2009, 8:28pm

Hi montzz1

It sure sounds like a Temp Sensor. Here is an operating scale for it:
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I would wait until it's hard to start again (or warmed up) before testing it. Hope this helps, please keep us updated, thanks.:)
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Re: to start or not to start that is the pain in de ***

Postby montzz1 [OP] » April 14th 2009, 8:33pm

hi , thanks for replying
so its possible that the coolant temp sensor could stop the engine starting?? so this isnt a sensor just for temperature gauge on dash ? ty
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Re: to start or not to start that is the pain in de ***

Postby Matrixx » April 14th 2009, 9:17pm

Hi montzz1

-Yes the Temp Sensor can prevent it from starting (Warm) if it's stuck in a cold setting for sure. You need to check and make sure though.

-No, the Temp Sensor is much different from the temperature gauge. The TS is located just below the thermostat housing, the Temp Gauge sender is located at the rear of the drivers side edited>>engine block<<not>> cylinder head<< (my bad.:)) . The chart I posted a link to is for the Temp Sensor readings.:)
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Postby 'cudapaul » April 15th 2009, 6:18am

There are two coolant temp sensors; one for the ECM and one for the temp gauge.
The temp gauge sensor is in the driver side rear of the engine, about where the accelerator is. That won't have any effect on how the engine runs. If the temp gauge seems to work, leave it alone.

The ECM sensor is up by the thermostat. You can replace the ECM sensor by taking off the air filter box and duct to get clearance.

However, if you don't have spark, not much of this matters. You may actually be dealing with a couple of problems, but you will have to sort them out one at a time. As Astro355 mentioned, when the engine warms up it goes to closed loop. If you have a sensor that the ECM requires in closed loop mode and it is failing, then the engine will run poorly, or die.
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Re: to start or not to start that is the pain in de ***

Postby montzz1 [OP] » April 15th 2009, 8:32am

hi thanks ,, engine has spark all the time now , monty
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Postby Matrixx » April 15th 2009, 3:35pm

Hi montzz1

I like to use the KISS method (when I can) and the reasons why I didn't go into to much detail here that doesn't have any relevance to what I was asking you to check (Temp Sensor not the Temperature Sending Unit (in proper terms)). The Temp Sensor to check (regardless of what it supplies information to) is located below the Thermostat housing. I think it's a no brainier here in what you have to remove to get access to test it or replace it.

I hope this clears things up a bit. I edited my above post and should have said Engine Block not Cylinder Head. Please keep us updated montzz1, Thanks.:)
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Postby astro355 » April 15th 2009, 3:50pm

montzz1 wrote:hi thanks ,, engine has spark all the time now , monty


What did you fix or find?
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Re: to start or not to start that is the pain in de ***

Postby montzz1 [OP] » April 15th 2009, 5:58pm

matrixx i knew what you ment anyway as there allways in the head
today i took out temp sensor (the 1 by thermostat) and it had no resistance whatsoever either hot or cold (tried it in cup of boiling water) . ordered a new 1 today so we will see
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Re: to start or not to start that is the pain in de ***

Postby montzz1 [OP] » April 16th 2009, 9:26pm

well today i recieved the new temp sensor and was it tad dificult to get it in ,lol!
and if i dare say ,,,its fixed it!!!!!!!!! woo hoo :banana: :bouncy:
thanks very very much for all your help im now going to take a pic of it in its rotten state as its not been washed for about 3 years for all to see
thanks again ,monty
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Re: to start or not to start that is the pain in de ***

Postby Matrixx » April 17th 2009, 1:40am

Hi montzz1

I'm glad to see you got it sorted out Monty. Peace of mind is priceless If you can show a picture of it, that would be great. Thanks for the update.:)
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