LS starting problems

M

My Camino

Not-quite-so-new-guy
May 11, 2018
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#12
So you have a wire in the wrong spot not connected to cranking voltage. What year engine/harness are you using?
The computer and motor are from a 2002 Chevy extend a cab pickup
 
M

My Camino

Not-quite-so-new-guy
May 11, 2018
29
4
8
#13
So you have a wire in the wrong spot not connected to cranking voltage. What year engine/harness are you using?
I installed a separate fuse block supplied from the battery with a 40 amp fuse. I believe they are on a 15 amp fuse in the new fuse block
 
M

My Camino

Not-quite-so-new-guy
May 11, 2018
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#15
Ok. I have found my current problem

I installed a fuse block for the motor that has a master 40 amp power relay. The 12 v ignition wire to this relay does not have power when the motor is being turned over

Thank you everyone :banana:

I will fix and update
 
M

My Camino

Not-quite-so-new-guy
May 11, 2018
29
4
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#16
Woo Hoo. She’s a runner

Ran a new 12 v wire for the power relay.

And it fired right up

Thanks:friday: everyone

:banana::banana:
 
M

My Camino

Not-quite-so-new-guy
May 11, 2018
29
4
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#17
Yup, make sure the coils and injectors have power during cranking (pink circuit for most applications).
Sorry. My fat thumb hit the wrong thumb sorry
 
M

My Camino

Not-quite-so-new-guy
May 11, 2018
29
4
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#19
what if my cable shifter does not want to apply the park it stays on reverse? what can i do about that?
:hijack:

Disconnect linkage put both the transmission and shifter in neutral. Then tighten down. Should work
 

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