96 Barletta 3.1 just died. New fuel pump. Only runs on ether. Has pressure on fuel rail. Pressure regulator or ECU? Is there a relay to energize the injectors? Checked all known fuses...all good.

Asked by Dec 12, 2013 at 11:41 PM about the 1996 Chevrolet Beretta Z26

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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When you are trying to start it can you hear the injectors pulsing. Have someone turn it over while you hold a piece of PVC pipe up to the injectors. You should be able to hear them pulse. Or remove wires and test for pulse with multi meter.

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okay, you've a MAF sensor AND a MAP sensor...your diagnostics should have thrown codes up for these...invest in a handheld scanner for fourteen bucks and we can see which sensors are makin' you huffin' ether there (very unhealthy for the motor as it STRIPS away any lubircation)~save harmful~...your principal combustion measuring devices probably need to be looked at~

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