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Old 08-13-2017, 11:32 AM   #1
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Sr20det not starting

Bought a coupe of my homie basically been around this car forever .. basically it was running he moved it sat for 3+ years and now I have it .. I got it to start but wouldn't rev past 2k rpm. Now it's just turning over and not starting at all. Help.

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could be the CAS, MAF, TPS.. crank no start right? is the fuel pump turning on? fuel at the rail? also is the gas 3 years old too? this happened to me once a long time ago and it was my cas (cam angle sensor). start with eliminating the obvious.
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check for eaten harness wires too from animals etc if it sat outside. kind of sounds like the maf too
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Yes gas is old but barley has some was thinking of emptying tank or just adding?

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Yes gas is old but barley has some was thinking of emptying tank or just adding?

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you could pull off the fuel filter line into a gas can and just keep turning the key on and off until its dry. then add some fresh gas with some stabil 360 or something. new z32 fuel filter as well.
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Sr20det not starting

First empty the tank, replace fuel filter, put at least 2 gallons of the highest octane gas you can get, add some heet.

RUN THE CAR if that starts it you need to drive it if it doesn't rev pass 2k you car goes into limp mode (suspect bad maf or maf connections)

Turn over no start:
Check spark
Check injectors (for spray)
Check ohms on coils
Check ignitor
Check cas

Not a bad idea to check mechanical timing links on the chain/ reset cas



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Try remove the valve cover for timing chain inspection. May jump or chain came off loose or broke off. Just incase if you already check everything.
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