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Welded with battery on now car won't start help please


 
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2013 21:59    Post subject: Welded with battery on now car won't start help please Reply with quote

Hi all. Today I was doing some welding on my jeep and forgot to disconnect the battery now the jeep will not start its a 1.6 8v it has a spark and fuel pump is priming but the injector is not putting fuel in will if I put a live to it thought.. The check engine light is flashing when turning over but I think it dose until running? Everything is working but the injector not putting fuel in iv checked fuses so could any one shed any light on it please? Thanks
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PostPosted: Sun May 05, 2013 10:25    Post subject: Reply with quote

This doesn,t sound good!!!!! The possability of a voltage spike whilst welding is a big threat to the ecu. Get a full scan done on engine management, but be prepared for the worst. There are a few firms out there who can repair the ecu. You Might be able to get a used ecu, bsi, and key from a breakers cheaper. A costly school boy error...
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