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Old 02-26-2008, 07:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am trying to finish up my turbo Y8 build.

Some specs:
Y8 dizzy with a repinned Z6 connector
Y8 motor/head
Z6 wiring harness
Denso injectors with resistor box
Hondata basemap

The problem:
Fuel at the rail (pump works) but injectors wont fire.

Possible issues:
wiring, I just rewired the car for a tuck and there is a high probably I have a bad connection.
Sensors, I may have a bad sensor
Dizzy, it should be pinned correctly into the new plug, the color matched up. Possible it doesnt work properly or something else is wrong.


Can anyone get me going in the right direction of where/how to start trouble shooting this shit?
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I think you've got all your bases covered.
I don't think there's an 'internet answer' to this one.
You sound savvy enough with electrical that you should be able to figure this one out.

if you can read wiring diagrams, or maybe even find some diagnostic trees from the appropriate service manuals then i think that's all you'll need.

Just be methodical and eliminate the possibilities one by one and don't assume anything.

It's time consuming, but checking the harness pinout at the ECU will probably reveal your problem.
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Thanks, I did in fact find the problem. The connections on my injector harness wiring were shotty. Simple fix, hopefully I'll have it running soon.
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good luck man cause wiring always scared the shit outta me! lets see pics of the engine and tuck! thats always a nice, clean look for any engine bay!
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