Here is part II https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jLwNc...
Here is part III https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCZdv...
This is a three part series (10 minutes each) on a Jeep that has a no start, no spark, no injector pulse, no communication problem.
We brought this case study into the classroom during a period when I was teaching my students about "The 5v reference circuit" (Chapter 9 in my book).
Our approach in troubleshooting this problem is focused on the missing 5v reference. As you will find out in the end, it is simply a blown fuse for the ECM, however the procedures I show on how to test this 5v reference circuit can be applied to every single car out there. Be sure to watch the "Related videos" posted in this description for other case studies that actually have a shorted 5v reference circuit.
- no start
- cranks normally
- no spark
- no injector pulse
- fuel pump runs continuously with key on
- no check engine light
- replace blown ECM fuse and repaired shorted oxygen sensor wiring
Testing procedures shown:
- how to check the 5v reference circuit
- how to determine if the engine computer is "alive" or "dead" by using the 5v reference circuit as a guide
- how to test a circuit for a short to ground
- how to test for a shorted sensor
- how to locate and repair a short to ground in the wiring harness of a car
- Scan tool
- digital multimeter
- incandescent test light
- wire cutters
- soldering gun
- heat shrink
- short circuit tester
- Part II of this series https://youtu.be/jLwNcgtv9z0
- Part III of this series https://youtu.be/dCZdv-FYwxw
- No Start from a shorted MAP sensor (Honda, Acura) https://youtu.be/za13UnpbH7E
- How to check the 5v reference circuit for a short to ground https://youtu.be/uyncVz_HAtA
- Bad Engine Computer Testing Part 1 https://youtu.be/hJQ6qnhTgdg
- Bad Engine Computer Testing Part 2 https://youtu.be/ecz93B5SRsQ
- How to test an electronic EGR valve (GM P1406 case study) https://youtu.be/te_kapz-fj4
- (Chapters 9, 10 and 11) The 5v Reference and Signal Circuit Quick Tests
For more information on this topic, I have written a “field manual” called Engine Performance Diagnostics which is available at www.scannerdanner.com as an eBook or paper book.
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