where is safety switch located and can it be bypassed?
i have a 92 mercury carpi i have fuel i have spark but will not start i do not have power to my injectors not sure where to start on how to get power please help
Gasoline will not dissolve the carbon deposits that clog the injectors but it will cause your engine to not start.
if you have engine oil in your fuel injectors then you have bigger problems then your car not starting..
To start the Jag, is pretty simple... You have to prime the injectors... on the fuel rail is a treaded nipple, take the cap off and very slowly pour gas into the fuel rail... then the injectors are primed and the car should start... also check your fuel pump it should prime the injectors on its own...
This engine will have seven injectors. 6 are the running injectors and there is a "Cold Start" injector.
I had a 1987 Chevy Celebrity that would start and then immediately die. It turned out to be bad fuel injectors. I replaced three fuel injectors and the problem has not returned.
check the fuses to the fuel pump and the fuses to the fuel injectors if you have injectors.
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Probably the fuel pump. Or the injectors.
If it starts in ANY gear, the neutral safety switch has most likely been bypassed.
The transponder is in the head of the key. The antennae for the transponder is the plastic ring around where the key is inserted. It can be bypassed by putting the head of the key under the cover of the column, next to the antennae. A normal mechanical key would then start the vehicle. Useful in remote start applications.
maybe fuel injectors?
Have you replaced the fuel filter? Are you sure the pump is running and the fuse is not blown or the relay is bad. Do you have fire, and do you have fuel pressure to the injectors?
lack of fuel to injectors.
have your fuel injectors cleaned
Cleaning the fuel injectors is a good start.
that is the fuel pump building the pressure needed for the injectors to work
It could be a bad starter
its the RAR valve.
I am not a mechanic but it sounds like it is with your fuel injectors. They are either real dirty, clogged, not working at all or your ECU is not sending the injectors a signal to open. Good luck
There are eight injectors, and possibly a ninth one, if it has a cold start injection system. there should be 1 per cylinder