bbaaspencer1: How about do a video on the 1998-2003 2.2l S10 for the hard restart issue that has plagued 1,000's of us. I changed everything, but the cam sensor and fuel pump and still have the problem. Others have changed the fuel pump, fuel regulator and injectors with no successful results.
aleon1018: If the timing chain is broken, wouldn't you lose all oil pump pressure? So, then there's also the oil pump drive where the distributor used to be to check for movement. I have a 1999 I'm buying and the engine runs poorly and there is what sounds like valve popping under load. One cylinder compression was 150, while other were lower and the lowest @ 90. So, it still runs but not well enough to drive very far. If this chain broke could it ruin the valves and pistons? Do these cams wear out enough to also cause this..
theonejm15: Need help truck won't start no spark, no fuel, my dash doesn't light up a can't hear pump come on and I hook up OBDII for codes it said no link help
thomas cochran: If u have no cam signal how do u have spark then? or do i have that backwards
steve payne: I changed my ignition switch truck starts and dies ? wont stay running anybody got an answer
Walter Wyatt: I change my ignition switch the car starts up then dies out what's the problem
Eric Holzman: you probably already found this out but the schrader valve is on the fuel rail towards the back of the engine. flex fuel s10's from 2000+ were made like that but the non flex fuel types had schraders on the fuel rail coming down to that connection you were thinking of T'ing a gauge into
Travisfromoregon: Once you train to hear what a engine sounds like when cranking, you'll start walking thur the parking lot, hearing a car start and go compression miss!! etc....
Omar Abdel: danner I wish if I could be like you,ur the best
Jingles s: Hey scanner Danner I have run across this code p1621 one time in my career on this same vehicle and it was self induced. This truck was a manual so i shut it off and keep it in gear to open the overhead. The point is when i restarted the truck I did it fast to let the heat stay in the building and so i released the clutch before i gave this truck much time and the truck chugged and ran like crap for ten feet till it died then i had the code come on. i cleared it and never had an issue.
Joel Automotive In action: very nice informative video Paul. Thank you
ScannerDanner: yes, it would have been from intake valves that were stuck open during cranking. causing psi increases in the manifold.
TrueBlueEG8: Ah I see, thank you for your reply. and your excellent and informative videos.
ScannerDanner: It has 6 evenly spaced notches and the 7th is a sync notch. It isn't being divided by 7.
ScannerDanner: no I still have it. I just like my WPS500 more. It is cleaner and gives better detail.
ScannerDanner: I think it did too. Also the struggle of the starter you heard in some of the clips was caused by a decent amount of fuel inside of the #2 cylinder. I found this out the hard way during initial testing of the #2 cylinder. In fact I got a face full of gasoline. It wasn't fun.
antiekeradio: Is it just me or did the cam sensor give a few "sort of squarewave" signals during the first few revolutions of the crank attempt at 18:26 in the video?? The starter also struggled badly. I got the impression the camshaft may have moved for a bit there.
kenyanr1: Let's pretend that plug wire wasn't broken.. Can you please explain how you would've tested the plug for spark and also how you grounded the test light. Thanks
Mike Bramel: Got rid of the PV350 and went with the pico transducer?