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post #1 of 8 Old 05-02-2012, 12:21 PM Thread Starter
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Okay..this is going to puzzle some brains. I have a 2000 Chevy S10 2.2 that will turn over but not crank. I have replaced the coils,ign module,plugs,crank sensor. I have 45-50 psi of fuel pressure while cranking, and around 43 just turning the key on. I have 140-150 compression on all four cylinders. I am showing no codes. All my data is within specs. I have sprayed the throttle body with ether, and still will not start. There are no security issuses, and does not seem to have any computer errors. It will try to crank with WOT, but to no avail. I know that WOT will shut the injectors off. I also have a good strong injector pulse, (test with my noid light). All the components are there to make this thing run, but cant get it to. Could this be a possible timing issue, i dont believe so because of my compression is strong. Any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Rusty oh yeah..i do have spark

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Re: 2000 Chevy S10 No start

" that will turn over but not crank" ?
"45-50 psi of fuel pressure while cranking"

you lost me there. Did you mean will turn over but not start up?
Is this a motor you rebuilt and placed in the vehicle yourself? and Yeah this has me puzzled too.

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yeah..i mean it will turn over..but not start up. and yes right at about 50 at the fuel rail, while trying to start the engine
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Re: 2000 Chevy S10 No start

Is this a code 4, or code 5 [flex fuel] ? I think the flex has higher fuel pressure requirements.

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Re: 2000 Chevy S10 No start

Check the ''grounds'' theres a sneaky one on the back part of the frame

what else can I do?

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not flex fuel...and grounds are tight..
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do you have spark? have you manually checked if the wire is sending power to the plugs?


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Re: 2000 Chevy S10 No start

I was just curious if u ever found out what was wrong with your truck, mine is doing the same thing everything checks good im thinking its the PCM(seems all it can be is timing). but I do have a dif question also if im test lighting the 4 prongs coming out the ignition module should all 4 light or just the top and bottom thanks any help will be appreciated
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