How do i check if fuel pump working? .
May as well do the crankshaft sensor first seeing as they need doing every 5 years. And it doesnt show up on any scanner.Have someone turn the ignition on for you while you're under the car listening to the fuel pump. If no sound from the fuel pump when ignition turn on, use a voltages meter to measure and see if any voltages going into the fuel pump. If no voltages, then your fuse or relay is out. If all the above is fine, then do like the weekend mechanic usually do, disconnect the fuel line labeled "out" and point the hose into a container then have someone turn the ignition on for half a second. You should see fuel coming out. If there's fuel coming out, then it your crank position sensor that's giving you intermitted problems. Good luck.
getting stuck in Wendys drive by was priceless . .
When I replaced CPS, also noticed that something called Breather hose (Partial load crankcase Ventilation), the hooked to the right was split open. Will that cause a dirt to get inside the engine? Should I do engine flush?
I think I've got the same issue - bad CPS. Car usually fires up instantly, but started to be a little long on starting.When I replaced CPS, also noticed that something called Breather hose (Partial load crankcase Ventilation), the hooked to the right was split open. Will that cause a dirt to get inside the engine? Should I do engine flush?
Hey Mark, have a look at this link from the M-Class Outpost I saw recently:Can you share the steps to change the CPS - I think I have just started to see this problem on mine.
Thanks for help, I think its CPS, cause car did started next day when it cooled down, getting stuck in Wendys drive by was priceless . I got new CPS today, will install it myself, I see how it runs tomorrow in 90+ temps.
Okay, I'm having a problem where it's not even cranking when I try to start it. It's not the battery, 'cause I just put a new one in. I got a charger thing and hooked it up, but it's still not starting. What all do I need to look at (other than the alternator)?