I have a 1993 camaro 3.4. car wont start can somebody help
i thought it was one of the sensors i changed the crank position sensor, cam sensor,
throttle position sensor, and the idle air control. each time i changed a sensor my car will
start but the next day wont start. Can somebody please help me
Try disconnecting the battery negative cable for a few minutes, this will reset the ECM, with all you have replaced it needs a reset. Then try to start it, if it won't start check if you have spark from the ignition coil, if you don't change the ignition module and distributor pickup coil.
i disconnect the battery and checked for spark and it still wont start up it will crank and a split second it will sound like it will start but keeps on cranking. i even checked to see if fuel is getting to it and it is.
Try spraying a little starting fluid into the intake tube, if it starts then you have a fuel delivery problem.
if it is a fuel delivery problem what can i do to fix it?
Find out why delivery is so poor. Could be a bad fuel pressure caused by either a plugged fuel filter or a bad fuel pump, or no injector pulse or no injector power, plugged injectors.
now it wont start unless i have my foot on the pedal and when it does start it will die. does that mean its a fuel problem?
Still could be. Did you try the starting fluid?
yea i tried it but it didnt start. the only time it will is if i have my foot on the pedal
Have a similar problem with my 94 Camaro 3.4 v6 it is having some sort of electrical problem in the steering colon or ignition when I turn the key on the on position u can't always har th fuel pump kick on however if u turn it back to off then on again and wait for fuel pump to turn on it will start and run fine but it seems if I turn the steering wheel in a certain position it turns off then no power goes to it .....if I wait then turn ignition on and off it will start ..it's really a pain in the ass
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