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2016 5.0 the motor blew a month ago replaced the motor with 2017 with 11k on it we swapped all my injectors And my wiring harness will not start . It’s not getting a fuel injector pulse Any information is appreciated
 

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You need a minimum crank speed of 150 rpm and the fuel rail pressure needs to be 1800 psi or higher before the injectors will fire. It needs a proper signal from the camshaft sensor to determine DTC of cylinder number 1 on the compression stroke to start.
 

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Side note: why did you make another thread?? You already started one with the same issue?

Mods: can we merge these threads or lock one? So tired of all this clutter and double-posts.

And most folks type the way Joe Biden speaks. What a mess.
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You need a minimum crank speed of 150 rpm and the fuel rail pressure needs to be 1800 psi or higher before the injectors will fire. It needs a proper signal from the camshaft sensor to determine DTC of cylinder number 1 on the compression stroke to start.
The injectors give 2 to 3 sprays then nothing and you try again and they won’t spray for a few try’s then they will give you 2 to 3 more sprays it’s turning over like a brand new truck just no pulse to spray
 

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I'd really prefer it if the forum stayed non-political...
But since you brought it up: I'd rather we had a deaf, dumb, mute, incontinent octogenarian in the Oval than what we've had for the past 4 years. So you see, Biden IS better than it could be/has been!

Now, maybe you just admire "MEN" who cheat on their playmate girlfriends with a porn star while their wife is at home looking after the kids, but if you think that level of ethical and moral "Rectitude" denotes the makings of a good CEO (let alone Pres... Pres... ah, heck, I still can't say it!), you're simply incorrect.
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p.s. - I DO agree with your point about the proliferation of duplicate/unnecessary threads! ... see, we CAN agree on things, too!
Yeah- totally can’t wait for gas to $5 a gallon, a mandatory mask mandate, and to dive into another 2008- era recession.

You’re such a boomer, I done even have to ask how old you are LOL.
 

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Yes, apolitical is good! Also, let's be decent too. Biden's had stutter/stammer or "speech impediment" since childhood.

Did you rule out a leaking fuel rail pressure relief valve? When my engine block was replaced, I had the same problem and the dealer technician ended up replacing this part. I recall the service manager being pissed that Nissan was having them swap out the old fuel systems. They spent time trouble shooting it. It was a quite the spectacle because apparently I was the first long block replacement by this dealer. They had to order a new engine hoist before they could do the job.
 

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Yes we changed it 2 times installed a new crankshaft sensor and we changed the camshaft sensor.
 

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Did you install the injectors in the same hole? #1 back in #1, #2 back in #2 etc.? Are you using the ECM that's programmed for the injectors/engine?

Stay frosty
 

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Did you install the injectors in the same hole? #1 back in #1, #2 back in #2 etc.? Are you using the ECM that's programmed for the injectors/engine?

Stay frosty
Yes they are in the exact order and still won’t start
 

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I'm pretty sure there needs to be an ECM reprogramming that occurs when you replace the fuel rail pressure relief valve with a new one. By default, I think the valve is open to depressurize the system. The other thing to trouble shoot is the constant pressure relief valve which supplies back pressure at startup.

"If the fuel pressure relief valve is replaced, the “Fuel or Timing System Table Reset” MUST be performed using CONSULT-III plus. Refer to the ESM for details on this procedure."
 

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I'd really prefer it if the forum stayed non-political...
But since you brought it up: I'd rather we had a deaf, dumb, mute, incontinent octogenarian in the Oval than what we've had for the past 4 years. So you see, Biden IS better than it could be/has been!

Now, maybe you just admire "MEN" who cheat on their playmate girlfriends with a porn star while their wife is at home looking after the kids, but if you think that level of ethical and moral "Rectitude" denotes the makings of a good CEO (let alone Pres... Pres... ah, heck, I still can't say it!), you're simply incorrect.
js/

p.s. - I DO agree with your point about the proliferation of duplicate/unnecessary threads! ... see, we CAN agree on things, too!
I bet you voted for bill Clinton huh
 

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Yes, apolitical is good! Also, let's be decent too. Biden's had stutter/stammer or "speech impediment" since childhood.

Did you rule out a leaking fuel rail pressure relief valve? When my engine block was replaced, I had the same problem and the dealer technician ended up replacing this part. I recall the service manager being pissed that Nissan was having them swap out the old fuel systems. They spent time trouble shooting it. It was a quite the spectacle because apparently I was the first long block replacement by this dealer. They had to order a new engine hoist before they could do the job.
The fuel injectors aren’t getting signal to open
 

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Yeah- totally can’t wait for gas to $5 a gallon, a mandatory mask mandate, and to dive into another 2008- era recession.

You’re such a boomer, I done even have to ask how old you are LOL.
President's don't control gas prices. The oil consortiums control that.

Trump - massive recession
Obama - massive growth
Bush Jr - massive recession
Clinton - massive growth
Bush Sr- recession
Reagan - recession

As you can see, the pattern of which "side" is terrible for our economy in the last 4 decades is clearly defined.

With age comes experience and knowledge. Give it some time and you'll get there.
 

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I’ve worked for Exxon Mobil for 18 years. I have a couple slivers of experience, I would say.

You’re just a know-it-all that hates everyone that disagrees with you. It’s apparent every time you chime in that it’s ‘your way or the highway’- it’s exhausting, honestly.

You should just crawl back into whatever hole in Alaska you crawled out of because I’m sure everything is better there anyways, amirite?
 

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It's never "my way or the highway" when I post. I give my opinion, no different than anyone else. It's up to the reader to decide.

We live, eat and breathe with the petroleum industry. And we know exactly who and what affects prices. And it's not the President or Congress. The global petroleum consortiums control the price of AK crude. Every man, woman and child up here knows that. It basically pays for our entire state budget and affects every aspect of our daily lives, so we're very knowledgable about where that money comes from. Just as a quick search easily verifies who gives us recessions and who gives us economic growth (and reduced deficits, btw).

Yes, life is great up here. Spectacular, in fact. No taxes, breathtaking scenery right outside your front door, moose and bear walking through the front yard, crazy good fishing & hunting, gold mining,... the list is endless. Don't miss the lower 48 at all.
 

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I’ve worked for Exxon Mobil for 18 years. I have a couple slivers of experience, I would say.

You’re just a know-it-all that hates everyone that disagrees with you. It’s apparent every time you chime in that it’s ‘your way or the highway’- it’s exhausting, honestly.

You should just crawl back into whatever hole in Alaska you crawled out of because I’m sure everything is better there anyways, amirite?
I guess I should of named this thread TRUMP 2020 with the #shitgotstolen
 

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It's never "my way or the highway" when I post. I give my opinion, no different than anyone else. It's up to the reader to decide.

We live, eat and breathe with the petroleum industry. And we know exactly who and what affects prices. And it's not the President or Congress. The global petroleum consortiums control the price of AK crude. Every man, woman and child up here knows that. It basically pays for our entire state budget and affects every aspect of our daily lives, so we're very knowledgable about where that money comes from. Just as a quick search easily verifies who gives us recessions and who gives us economic growth (and reduced deficits, btw).

Yes, life is great up here. Spectacular, in fact. No taxes, breathtaking scenery right outside your front door, moose and bear walking through the front yard, crazy good fishing & hunting, gold mining,... the list is endless. Don't miss the lower 48 at all.
Please dear god explain how during Obama we had massive growth? Everything was completely fucked under him
 

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Please dear god explain how during Obama we had massive growth? Everything was completely fucked under him
Actually, what he was handed was completely #%(#&-ed. The biggest recession since the great depression. Almost instantly turned it around and he handed record growth to the next guy... who's lies about a stinking virus sent the economy into a massive recession (and 350+ and counting to their graves). He created more jobs in his last 3 years than the current guy did in his first 3 (before compounding that by sending 10's of millions to the unemployment line). I like to learn from history, not repeat it. Over 4 decades dems = growth (and reduced annual deficits with one ending in an annual SURPLUS) and reps = recession (with record deficits). Without exception.
 

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Since we're getting political again, I'll throw in my two cents. I have voted republican all my life, but always made more money when democrats were in office. Yes, historically, the dems do better on the economy, even though some make more than others. I've always thought the republicans were about decency and law and order, which is why I voted for them. Now, the republicans are fighting for things like access to social media. Trump is not only the court jester, but also the ultimate antagonizer. For that, he has shook the system. Some things were already percolating, but have become evident now, both good and bad. I like that more people are flying more flags too. I will give him credit for pretty damn good response to the virus. Okay, the lying was not cool, but they did a pretty damn good job. Let's be real, they did not see it coming, and I don't think the best of planning would have helped. Keep in mind, we are a large, open (and unhealthy!) country with a diverse population, both economically and socially. This is also an odd pathogen. The capital protests went way too far though. Like or not, he screwed up. Seditious behavior is not a first amendment right either. Those protests could have gone bad, real bad. Like designated survivor shit! Then what would we have accomplished?
 

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Actually, what he was handed was completely #%(#&-ed. The biggest recession since the great depression. Almost instantly turned it around and he handed record growth to the next guy... who's lies about a stinking virus sent the economy into a massive recession (and 350+ and counting to their graves). He created more jobs in his last 3 years than the current guy did in his first 3 (before compounding that by sending 10's of millions to the unemployment line). I like to learn from history, not repeat it. Over 4 decades dems = growth (and reduced annual deficits with one ending in an annual SURPLUS) and reps = recession (with record deficits). Without exception.
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I'm pretty sure there needs to be an ECM reprogramming that occurs when you replace the fuel rail pressure relief valve with a new one. By default, I think the valve is open to depressurize the system. The other thing to trouble shoot is the constant pressure relief valve which supplies back pressure at startup.

"If the fuel pressure relief valve is replaced, the “Fuel or Timing System Table Reset” MUST be performed using CONSULT-III plus. Refer to the ESM for details on this procedure."
We have reflashed the ecm and both key fobs, still not giving the fuel injectors signal to open to allow fuel into the motor
 
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