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Old August 11th, 2018, 07:04
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Re: 2000 XJ wont fire

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Originally Posted by deproson View Post
I know that the cam and crank are in sync. (Verified with snap on Zeus)
I am not familiar with this tool, does it display waveform like an oscilloscope ?

Have you seen this >> http://jeep.blackonyx.net/pdfs/jcss.pdf /

I have also read a forum thread where the XJ owner had the Dealership set the synchronization correctly with the DRB-III scan tool, but when tightening down the clamp, the crank sensor assembly would physically rotate slightly throwing the synch off again.



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... Vapor-lock, in the fuel rail, can occur quickly on a hot day
Heat Soak is a starting issue that clears up in less than 30 seconds. Actual vapor lock seldom, if ever, occurs with fuel injection.
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