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Old 07-21-2013, 03:30 PM
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Default Non starting E36 M43, INPA, no errors

Hi Guys,
I've an E36 with an M43 engine that refuses to start. It turns over nicely and primes the fuel pump but there is no spark or fuel to the injectors.

I've run diagnostics, old skool with a multimeter, on my crank and cam sensors and both are giving the correct readings.

INPA 3.10 is telling me I have no faults with the ECU but something is stopping the car from starting. If I disconnect the crank and cam sensors. INPA does not throw up a fault, but if I disconnect the throttle position sensor I do get a fault code. Why is INPA not picking up the disconnected sensors?

And does anyone have any suggestions what's stopping the car from starting!


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Old 07-24-2013, 03:52 PM
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Check crank pully cracked or not.dme main relay. also check water go into dme-egs box or not.
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