Lets get some things straight...
- You have green light ONLY on the imobiliser?
- You have no sparks.
- You have fuel pressure.
- Do you have an engine manglement "-K" light on the dash?
...hang on - you must have some kind of ignition fault. The pump should run
continuously regardless of what is happening at the injectors. The
injectors won't inject without a signal to do so (hence no petrol in
exhaust) and you have no sparks because you have no signal to the ignition
This sounds hellishly familiar.
I'd start to worry about those multiplugs under the LHM tank I think. I had
a similar situation but I got two lights on the keypad (red and green) and
the thing just didn't want to play.
Now I start to think about it - your best bet is to go to the files section
on the website and make yourself a code reader (or buy the Gunsons one) and
work your way through the codes - something *will* be stored for this one!
A possible cause for this may be the TDC(?) sensor (Or BDP in dutch),
If angine fuel computer has no idea in which part of roation the engine
is, it will not inject and not ignite...
Sensor is located somewhere near the flywheel, probably in between the
engine and the firewall.
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