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Sam290471

Can anyone solve this problem?

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Hi Sau thanks allowing me to join i have a question about a Nissan Pulsar Q 2000 N16 auto that we have been trying get going for over 2 years. We have done the timing chain replaced the spark plugs coils replaced the Cam and crank sensor we have spark fuel to the rail we have also replaced the injectors and fuel sensor regulator but it wont fire. We have got it to fire and start when we put fuel into the spark plugs but it wont let fuel past the rail can anyone solve our problem. For the beif time it ran it sounded fine and is the first time since Sept 2016.

Cheers Sam290471.😊

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So it sounds like it is not pulsing the injectors.  Put a noid light on and see if the ECU is even trying. Look for constant 12V to one side of each injector with a multimeter.

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Thanks we will try this as they are all brand new we also looked at the fuel pump today and its stuffed so will get a new pump as well. 

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When cranking get someone to get a big screwdriver, put it to the injectors and see if they can hear them pulsing. 

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Welcome @Sam290471

You're in good hands here, it'll be running in no time 👍

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How's it going? Did you have the fuel line and FPR all plumbed correctly?

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