Sorry, the DIS tests are from this manual written by Charles Probst:...
Your 1: VBAT is R/LG, not LG as stated so it is correct.
Your 2: CID is LB. Probst DG wrong.
Your 4: PIP should be GY. Probst DB wrong.
No spark usually points to a bad CPS. I suggest testing the DIS:
NoSLO has it pretty much bang on. I will add that you need a spark plug socket with a built in universal joint.
Most CP Sensors hiccup when the water pump leaks on it, shorting it out and killing the engine. Anyone who has had this happen knows that the car...
Relevant 94 EVTM pages here:
I use one of these code readers and it's been accurate 100% of the time:...
Run the DIS tests to be found here:
Per SHO Source, the X2J should work fine. Running the Probst DIS tests should help if not already done.
That is really weird. The solenoid on the 89 is bolted to the fender, well away from any heat source. Unless there's a Gen 2 starter in there with...
ICM = Integrated Control Module = DIS which is what I think you had checked per your last message.
If you mean the main computer (ECU / PCM), you...
Steve, you have the right hookup. Here's the wire for my shift light on my old '90:
It should work. So you might have a bad...
I've come across parts that purport to work but don't many times. I always write a review alerting other SHO owners. I suggest doing the same for...
Do you have a 1990 EVTM manual that has all the circuits? If you are trying to use the tach from the OSI-Ford, probably incompatible.
The mechanic was right. Per your link:
Compressed Length: 678 mm
Input Shaft Spline Quantity: 35
Output Shaft Spline Quantity: 26
What it should...
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