I have a 1991 GMC S15 Jimmy with a 4.3L V6; I have fuel pumping to the throttle body, but the injectors aren't spraying any fuel. I need to know what tells the injectors to work so I can fix the problem.
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1991 GMC S15 Jimmy
Question: fuel problems
Answer #1todays tech November 21, 2010, 15:45Journeyman
Beleive the computer uses crank and cam signals for injector pulse. If crank sensor is dead you will have no spark. If cam signal is lost the computer will use the last known value, but can be lost if battery goes dead or is disconnected.
ReplyJerry3, November 21, 2010, 16:20Rookie
When the Jimmy died, and I tried to restart it the battery didn't have enough juice to start it. Didn't realize the injector problem until I got it towed to the house today. So I'm probably needing a new crank sensor and battery both?
Replytodays tech, November 22, 2010, 16:43Journeyman
I double checked info and andygrace is correct, the vehicle uses the distributor signal for cam and crank position, will need to check the signal from the distributor to the pcm.
Answer #2andygrace November 21, 2010, 17:41Technician
A 1991 4.3L does not have cam or crank sensors.It goes off the signal from the distributor sending the signal to the computer.