Discussion in 'Mechanics Garage' started by vfr800 Interceptor junky, Apr 23, 2018.
That is what I am asking you.
Load it up and bring it over.
It is red the one that Was disconnected
What color are the other three wires? Please look closely.
Black and White purple and black and I think a solid black.
I think your messing with the engine stop relay.
I disconnected that relay and fuse stop popping while the fuel pump relay was connected.
Unplug your injectors, your ignition coils, fuel pump, fuel pump relay, intake duct control solenoid valve (flapper valve solenoid), and B8 on the ECU. If the fuse still fails go to E-Bay and get a harness.
That's actually the thing I had it tested by a mechanic and he tested all the circuits and everything and it was only blowing the fuse in the fuse pump relay area mainly the fuse for the fuel pump.
All of those things are on the same circuit, unplug them. Unplug everything I listed and see what happens. Or put it in a truck and bring it over.
Bring Coors light and I am in Sacramento.
That's the only problem I live in Lake City Florida and I have no vehicle to get over there and this is my only vehicle.
Focus on the wiring suggestion I gave you or focus on a truck, gas money and beer money. One of the two will end this thread.
Oh ok thanks for the info much appreciated it
Hey everyone I found out what the issue was and just want to know does anybody know where I can find a place where they repair computers or would I be better off just to buy one off of eBay?
I'm still waiting to hear if he did what Toe said or if he's going to waste money on a computer
In his defense B8 on the ECU is one of the suspected wires. I would pull that wire oot of the connector and check again just to be sure, but he may be on to something. I think it was stated in chat that the battery cables were installed incorrectly, I could be wrong, but if that was the case a smoked transistor in the ECU would not shock me.
It wasn't the installation of it I followed as it was shown red to red black to black and that should not be suspected I even disconnected the tip over sensor and it didn't pop a fuse then reconnected again and turn the key on and it popped a fuse does that mean the tip over sensor may be working?
We may have to start here.
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