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Posted By awg

quick one...I gotta go out dial gauge on the...

quick one...I gotta go out

dial gauge on the flexplate to check for runout

should be reasonably easy to do ?

flexplate runout could theoretically cause this issue imo??

its almost to...
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Posted By awg

30ma is fine...even 50ma should last + 2 weeks ...

30ma is fine...even 50ma should last + 2 weeks

how quick does it drain ?

a test light is easier if you are not multimeter familiar, connect between + terminal and battery + post..test light...
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Posted By awg

ok, let us clarify a couple more things before we...

ok, let us clarify a couple more things before we go down the more radical paths

firstly, there is no point wasting any more time till you have confirmed PCM codes cleared with an OBD2...
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Posted By awg

just applying logic here, it seems almost certain...

just applying logic here, it seems almost certain the problem must be in some pre-existing component surely?

..even though I doubt it is the problem (as the pros would use a code scanner)...all...
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Posted By awg

here is what I found, when I cut the old...

here is what I found, when I cut the old urethane..no rust perforations, wouldnt have wanted to leave it much longer, took me all day as it was, new seal on glass $60,
thorough clean up of all...
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Posted By awg

no wonder you are tearing your hair out. we...

no wonder you are tearing your hair out.

we need to clarify a few things logically here

1st thing is first

afaic, a code clearing device is needed to clear CEL, unless the PCM capacitors are...
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Posted By awg

pull the bezel & radio and check the...

pull the bezel & radio and check the wiring/connectors..especially if its an aftermarket radio...should have seen the awfulness of the PO job on mine

with CEL code, disconnecting most things with...
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Posted By awg

I would not drive it 400miles, due to risk of...

I would not drive it 400miles, due to risk of rear wheel lock up..i know people this has happened to

If you cannot obtain a used diff locally, I would have it trucked, as you could probably...
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Posted By awg

Yes...their is a thread on NAXJA about '96 fuel...

Yes...their is a thread on NAXJA about '96 fuel pumps, and how to do things

I think you can buy a Crown brand entire '96 assembly, but it will probably be a bit expensive

the regulator can be...
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Posted By awg

the right tool to confirm a vacuum leak is....a...

the right tool to confirm a vacuum leak is....a vacuum gauge!

http://www.autospeed.com/cms/article.html?&title=Using-a-Vacuum-Gauge-for-Engine-Diagnostics&A=2393

I think engine start sprays...
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Posted By awg

I wouldnt accept his money back, but thank him...

I wouldnt accept his money back, but thank him for his time so far...

7 degrees, did you say earlier that was right on the max ?...is that 7* of slack ?

I dont have much experience with chains...
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Posted By awg

pretty good chance its one tooth out, unless you...

pretty good chance its one tooth out, unless you were ultra careful, they (and other engines) typically will slot the dizzy back in 1 tooth out...I always mark the rotor to engine block position with...
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Posted By awg

my absolute favorite is one of the 4wd mags that...

my absolute favorite is one of the 4wd mags that shows time taken to install a 2" lift kit...I posted it up at the time..., it was something ludicrous like 2hrs !!

no wait 30-60mins lol ...look at...
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Posted By awg

you dont really need solder, just a good twist of...

you dont really need solder, just a good twist of wire (why thin 5amp is good) and tape it for insulation..doesnt have to be fancy, this is temp test lead

use small safety pins about 1"long

I...
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Posted By awg

On Jordans recomendation, I got the Basix ? OBD2...

On Jordans recomendation, I got the Basix ? OBD2 bluetooth reader, and used my android phone with free Torque software

It does read ENGINE codes, and show live data for many sensors

It did need...
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Posted By awg

It could be the regulator, which is together in...

It could be the regulator, which is together in the tank with the fuel pump itself on my '96s..did you replace the whole assembly or just the pump ?
The pump and regulator as individual parts are...
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Posted By awg

I am suggesting making piggyback wires with...

I am suggesting making piggyback wires with safety pins to probe the connectors. So the original & piggyback will be in place..(unless a short is suspected)

Yes to one at a time. Clearly you need...
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Posted By awg

You should probably check the fuel pressure is...

You should probably check the fuel pressure is ~49psi at rail valve
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Posted By awg

You are eliminating as many bad connectors as...

You are eliminating as many bad connectors as possible..so as close to PCM and sensor as possible

Continuity test will not eliminate an intermittent open, due to bad wire, connector, solder

an...
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Posted By awg

If you have the same code you may have an...

If you have the same code you may have an intermittent, or weak wire or connector.

If you research the OBD code thrown, and it indicates that an OPEN circuit or high value can be the cause

I...
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Posted By awg

I agree with you that a wiring/solder/harness...

I agree with you that a wiring/solder/harness issue is more likely than PCM..it will cost $187 to check that, and OP will have a spare PCM...or it will be fixed

a time vs $ equation for the OP to...
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Posted By awg

Where are the wires "gone" ? are they...

Where are the wires "gone" ?

are they cut?..is there a plug ?

My Milwaukee 18V Angle grinder would get it in the junkyard...or just remove and buy the entire door, cut it at home
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Posted By awg

I think you will find the 96 has a TCM mounted...

I think you will find the 96 has a TCM mounted under PS plastic inside the cabin

we might need to double check the '97 FSM describing how AW4 gear changes are accomplished ?



I will spell it...
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Posted By awg

imo, it should be cut out with a line, all rust...

imo, it should be cut out with a line, all rust repaired, re-painted, new seal, re-bond

I am about to do this myself, and have done before. I have an expert mobile guy I can ring if I run into...
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Posted By awg

looks like you have a leaking OP sender..a common...

looks like you have a leaking OP sender..a common problem
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