the starter works right? If not it's probably a VATS (vehicle anti-theft
system) problem. The wire may be out of tolerance for resistance and
causing a bad reading when you put your key in the ignition switch. Check
the 2 injector fuses in the fuse box to make sure they aren't blown. When
you turn your key to the on position (the one right before you crank it) you
should hear the fuel pump prime the line for ~2 seconds. If the system is
already pressurized it won't, but if you leave it for a few hours it usually
always does it. There's 2 pins that you conenct to (I can't remember if the
92 was different from my 85) to make the furl pump prime manually to make
sure electricly that it would work.If it's not that, I'm guessing maybe one
fo the wires to your ECM isn't connected all the way so play with those
connectors and see if anything changes. Make sure you are getting spark
too. Take out (or just use an old one that you know still works if you have
one laying around) a spark plug and reconenct the boot to it and put it on
top of your plenum and see if it sparks (should be a good enough ground, but
you might have to play with it alittle). Just don't test it like that too
much in a short amout of time so you give the fuel time to dissapate seeing
how you don't want anything catching fire or worse, an explosion.
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