I have no idea why, but I do know a fix. Mounted to the bottom or side of your ECU is what appears to be a great big relay or contactor. If you unplug this connector and inspect both the inside of it as well as the contactor, you're going to see one pin that has been obviously overloaded. It will be charred on the connector side and melted on the relay/contactor side. The fix for this is simple, Just disconnect that pin. I used needle nose pliers and pulled it from the relay/contactor. You can just cut the wire, provided you protect the cut wire from shorting out properly. Now, I have absolutely no idea what this does. On my vehicle, it simply fixed it. But the year previous I had been having fuel pump wiring problems, and had put the fuel pump on it's own switch. It *may* trip the fuel pump relay or something. This is just a guess however, because it caused ZERO effects after I clipped the wire. I have no idea what that pin does or what it's for, other than to cause the fuel injection fuse to blow. =)
you probbaly have a short in the wiring. i would take it to a shop
for people who were not born in barns you may know this answer, those of you who were born in barns, yes the wires will short out when they are sitting on the engine block or even possibly by fair chance in hell the heater hoses rubbed them....but i highly doubt that would cause the fuse to blow. you may need to have an expert check your wiring system before you get in your car and start driving it around, if the fuel injection system blew then you may have a fairly good reason NOT to turn on the engine. rewiring may be what is needed.
If the vehicle is equipped with a fuel injection system, it may be clogged. When a vehicle has fuel injection, the gas pedal does not need to be depressed to get it started. It sounds like the vehicle needs to be taken to a mechanic.
a 1998 Tracker would be fuel injected and not have a carb.a 1998 Tracker would be fuel injected and not have a carb.
It could be a bad starter
By the vehicle's nomenclature, it would seem so - "EFI" stands for "Electronic Fuel Injection", and usually implies a direct injection system (as opposed to indirect injection or common rail injection).
Usually states that the engine has a fuel injection system. An example could be a Rover 214 Si which would be Sports injection. Or a Toyota Celica VVTi for Variable Valve Timing Injection.
Your dual relay is stuck on.
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Excel would be my first choice to set up and start using as a per-courser to implementing a system such as SAM a windows database and tracker. http://www.microsoft.com/sam/en/us/default.aspx
when administering a subcutaneous injection why would you avoid an injection site thats hardened or fatty
if you have a hangover while you get the whooping cough injection you will have a reaction which could be something like fainting or it could be as bad as a fit. the safest way to avoid it would be to get the injection with no alcohol in your system. if you are not positive it would be to check with your doctor the night before.
I would start by checking the fuel filter and fuel pump
i dont think a stalker tracker would work sorry
one or more of cylinders is not firing. or it may be firing randomly.
Electronic Fuel Injection System. Go to a repair center.
I would not massage an insulin injection site, nor do strength training after insulin injection, because of the possibility that the tissue/muscle movement could accelerate the insulin absorption into the system, causing low, then high, blood sugar.
My best thinknoodles tracker advice would be to use Club Penguin Insiders tracker because I met him through there
My 2003 Chevy Tracker would not restart when it was hot and finally would stall & not restart until it sat and cooled off for 10 minutes. It would crank but not start. We replaced the camshaft it solved the problem. It was located at the back of the engine, at the top and is held by just one screw.
The patient passed out when he learned that he would need an injection.
Nope. Body style changed significantly in 1998 when Chevy replaced Geo on the Tracker nameplate. Sorry!
no the system is not a sealed system and you can do a flush and fill your self i have done it twice i would suggest if it currently has green coolant in it that you flush it and replace the radiator hoses and then fill with the orange stuff called gm dexcool i did this and have nor regreted it and i will do it on my next tracker i get
I would recommend Mimo Tracker if that does not work type in sensei tracker in google
That would depend, in large part, on why it was disconnected in the first place. Whether or not to run the oil injection system, rather than mixing the oil directly with the fuel, is a question of personal preference. Some boaters like the convienence of oil injection, while others prefer to mix the oil themselves. At any rate, if you choose to reconnect the injection system, make sure the system is delivering the proper amount of oil to the engine.
The down stream O2 sensors on a OBD II vehicle would detect a problem.