Originally Posted by dreamstang
I know he changed it but it still seems like the pip.could he remove the spout connector and see if it will start? I read something that stated sometimes when the pip is not working the engine may start but not run great with the spout connector removed.
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I would also start with any wiring related to the pip since it control tfi and efi.
Maybe, I don't know for sure.
I do know you can test most of the components involved including the PIP.
I can't remember the exact procedure, but you connect it to a multi-meter somehow and watch for the way the meter interprets the signal.
It should scale up and down smoothly as you have someone try to start the engine.
If it jumps or falters then the PIP is faulty.
I think the exact procedure is in the Chilton's book.
It's weird that fuel and ignition both are involved. There is probably a relay somewhere in the system that has failed. If it was a 94-95 model I'd say the CCRM has failed, but the older models don't have that.