right just trying to get the car to start and it wont, the coil is getting a 12v upon cranking but im not getting no fuel as the plugs are bone dry, i can see if im getting a spark till si p gets here, obvioulsy its a wiring fault, can the 2 wires for the injectors get be put round the wrong way?
also the realys, the have a 12 +ve, a switched 12 +ve and they are earthed yet im not getting an output from the relays, i could wire every thing to 12+ve just to make sure, i did this with the fuel pump to make sure thats primimg and it is.
also on the crank sensor it has to inputs to the ecu and the out metal shielding i have earthed, is this right??
I had the exact same problem when I tried to start mine for the first time. It turned out to be a dodgy connection on the throttle position sensor, once I hooked the laptop up you could see the voltage was about 4.5v instead of 0.37v it was supposed to be. Hope this helps
the relays are not clicking even though the have 12+ve and earth and switched 12+ve, the ECU has distrubuter coil drive(reading from recipt).
right on to my next question, here is a pic of the two coil connectors on the left is the mbe plug on the right is the std loom plug, in the mbe, pin 4 is empty, yet on the std one it has a black/red which i think is switched live, am i right in think that i need a wire in there to power the coil, if so can i take it from any black/red under the bonnet as i have found one.
yeah they have a switched and permenant. thats what relays do, they use a small current to switch on a bigger current. if you had a permenant live to the terminal expecting a switched, the engine would just run forever.