Hey James==The wires to the injector are one hot all of the time and one pulsates as the ecm grounds it as the engine is turned over. TAke a test light and hook one end to ground and probe both wires on the injectors. One wire should have 12 volts. If not, check all of the fuses. If no fuses blown check the wiring. If you do have 12 volts, put the light from 0ne injector wire to the other and have someone turn the engine over. the light should flash. If it doesn't, check the wiring to the ecm. Goodluck, Joe
This means the engine is running extremely rich. This can be causes by a leaking fuel pressure regulator or a stuck open injector.- TechJK ------------
There is a noid light that will check injector pulses from the distributor. It plugs into the injector plug. Most common failure for inop injector is in the distributor module. Also check fuel pressure to see if the fuel pump is operating correctly. It should come on for 2-3 seconds when ignition key is turned to run. Chevy guy denver
From your description I would guess that your car has a bad fuel pressure regulator. To check the fuel pressure regulator remove the vacuum connector from the throttle body. If gasoline comes out of a vacuum line the diaphragm has ruptured allowing excess gasoline to enter the intake through the vacuum line. If that is the case you will need to replace the fuel pressure regulator.
The traction control light will come on in an 02 Cavalier when the throttle postion sensor is going bad. It's not hard to change, a little hard to get to though. It is attached to the throttle body on the passenger side of the engine. It receives the throttle position from the butterfly inside the throttle body. When the trac off light comes on and you slow down you would feel like the car is trying to stall out on you a bit if it is the TPS. Not a hard repair but not an easy part to get to, new one costs about 20 bucks or so.
The cost isin't to great, but, the pain comes with the installation. Drilling the rivets,removing the window,removing the window regulator,then the window motor and then replacing it all back to where it was. Expect a few cuts and scrapes....
yes it comes stock
Throttle comes from the throttle wheel on the joystick else f3 f4. Banking by joystick
No you need to change the regulator on your alternator or you alternator, which comes with a new regulator.
Shorted voltage regulator,
TRY REPLACING THE FULE FILTER.YOU ALSO COULD HAVE CLOGED FLUE INJECTORS TRY SOME INJECTOR CLEANER .OR YOUR LOCAL SHOP CAN HAVE THEM BLOWN CLEAN Check the wire that goes to the O2 sensor, it easily comes disconencted in the little plug that clips onto the radiator next to the PS pump. If the above answers don't work, try cleaning or replacing the idle regulator (it can get a lot of carbon buildup). It's on the throttle body where the air intake links up and just behind the throttle cable. Held on by two star bolts. -Jegoyet
Turn The Gas Caps Until It Comes Off?
it will be on opposite side of intake, from the throttle cable cam on your intake. Look for cable that comes from your foot throttle, and look to opposite side for small box with a set of wires going to it.
The battery light comes on when the alternator output voltage is too low or too high. You have a wiring or regulator problem.The battery light comes on when the alternator output voltage is too low or too high. You have a wiring or regulator problem.
it is mounted to the fuel injector rail where the high pressure comes from fuel pump and pressure is at a set psi per engine there is also a vacuum hose that raises the fuel pressure about 8-10 psi when load is applied on motor to give a boost of power
Replace the regulator. Once the cable comes off, it's toast. That usually means there's a broken plastic guide. They cannot be purchased separately.
on the gas pedal it comes together
It's the ISP (Idle Speed Control)
62 mm i believe
The shifter knob on a 1995 Chevy Cavalier is thread on. To remove it just spin the knob counter clockwise until it comes off.
An argon regulator is something you attach to a tank of compressed argon. It controls the flow of argon gas so that you can turn the flow on or off and control with how much pressure it comes out of the tank
check all vacuum hoses,a leak will cause erratic idling.also could be the throttle position sensor.plug a scan tool into the car,there should be a code,as to why the check engine lite is on.after driving the car, pull off the vacuum line on your fuel pressure regulator and if there is gas that comes out the vacuum hose , your problem is a bad fuel pressure regulator!!! :)
Remove the valve cover, the gasket is reusable but check it anyways.Undo the fuel line to that particular injector. Pull the tube that the line was screwed onto out of the head and be sure to use a new one when you install another injector plus get a new o-ring for it. Undo the bolt that is holding the injector clamp to the head. Pull out the injector using a suitable prying tool if you arenèt using the Cummins tool. Its not in there very hard. Be sure the copper sealing gasket on the bottom of the injector comes out too. Replace it with a new one. Reverse the procedure to install. Do not overtighten the injector hold down bolt.
It comes out the back of the light housing.
sounds like the fuel pressure regulator built intoyourthrottlebody is stuck shut so all of the pumped fuel comes out of your injectors
A throttle body is were the throttle plate is witch allows air into the engine. so you get the air fuel mixture the engine needs to run. The futher the plate opens the faster the engine runs. you can find this were the air intake hose comes from the air filter box then connects to the engine. That will be the throttle body