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Old 06-12-2014, 04:38 AM   #1
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Default Bad ground? No start issue..

So my truck wont start, at all. No fuel, no spark. So I start the "general eec-iv power and ground checks" in the Haynes book.

So I passed all the checks except for:

EEC Module PWR GRD
It asked me to test pins 40 and 60 on the EEC to the (-) Battle, I'm supposed to get LESS than 5 ohms, but I'm getting a climbing reading and eventual OL.



The second test is:

EEC Signal Return Harness Cont

It tells me to test pin 46 in the harness and pin 1 in the test connector, with less than 5 ohms.

Again, I get a fluctuation and then a OL.

So is this a bad ground??? I'm having a tough time, I suck at electrical stuff haha.
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Old 06-12-2014, 07:56 PM   #2
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So? Guess not...
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