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When I am driving the ABS light comes on. Then after driving a long period of time the break light comes on. I already changed the sensor on the front right side.
I replaced my fuelpump because i could not here it turn on. now it still doesnt work im getting fuel to my fuel filter but no where else
Dealer said I need a new encoder motor but can't be sure, it would cost around $1000.00 are there other parts causing this problem or does this sound right?
at first i could jus turn it off then right back on and it would be fine but now its sputtering and no acceleration when pressing gas pedal.
The turn signals are lit up on the dash but they are not actually on but when I do go to use them there is nothing. It used to be the lights would flick on and off for the first thirty seconds of driving and then finally turn off
I performed a fuel pressure test to the fuel rail and it reads 10 psi on initial key over. I've already replave the pressure regulator but problem still occurs. During the test I also notice a slow decrease in pressure. I intially thought it to be the fuel return to the pump but I don't know. Another problem is that my gas gauge bouncds around after it gets under a half tank. If it ain't bouncing it stuck on empty. Thanks for any help.
I've testedvthis with a modis scantool and have been told by the dtc charts that I should replace the ebcm and pump. Is there anything else I can do before I put a new ine in? I was using alldata.com to get info. Also the abs and brake lamps appear every so often. I will wait to see the code again but I don't remember it of the top of my head. Thanks for the help.
initially the engine would turn over and fire but would not start. I figured it to be a fuel issue and changed the filter. The lies at the filter were corroded so I replaced the line from the tank to the filter and from the filter to the last connection at the engine. After doing this I still could not get the engine to run more than 5 seconds so I replaced the fuel pump.