Originally posted by Orlando_87GN:
Crank sensor centered in the fire ring properly?
Does the fuel pump prime for about 2 seconds when you first turn the ignition ON?
http://www.casperselectronics.comThe most common response is that the cam sensor is not in the correct position. Is that a simple adjustment?
You have it backwards. If the balancer was replaced, the crank sensor was messed with, not the cam sensor. I would look here first. Without a pulse from the crank sensor, the car will not start.I know the harmonic balancer was replaced. I assume that would require the removal of the cam sensor. Don't know about the crank sensor.
Originally posted by hotair85t-type:
It is definetly not firing on time. If the cam sensor was off, it would start. As long as there is fuel entering the cylinder (whether it is sitting on the valve, or spraying from the injector), it will start. Make sure the plug wires are on right too.