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Old 08-04-2012, 01:56 PM   #1
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I went to start my car Thursday (LS2 GTO), car would barely run. I popped the hood and found my MAF wires had fallen down and were touching the serpentine belt. Rubbed through 2 wires. I cut out the damaged section of wire and "wire nutted" the ends back together. Car did the same thing on re-start. I went and got a code reader. I am throwing injector circuit 1, 3, 5, and 7 codes (note injector circuit) and a multiple misfire code. I find it odd these problems would happen the same time I found the wires on the serpentine belt, but why hasn't it changed since fixing the wires? I erased the codes, and they came right back. Could I have shorted anything out? ECU? Injector's? Or, is it possible these wires read such small voltage's or resistance, that wire nutting them, messed up the signal they would sending?
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Old 08-05-2012, 05:34 AM   #2
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Injectors and coils 1,3,5, and 7 should all get their power from the same fuse. See if it's blown.
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Can't believe I did not think of that. Going to check that now. On another forum, I was told wire nutting the wires could cause interference as these are low and precise voltage's? Maybe need to solder the wire?
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Well, you fixed it! I'm disappointed I did not think to look at fuses with a damn SHORT. Anyway, regardless, found the 15a fuse blown, replaced it, and the beast is alive. I really appreciate it!
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Now do a proper fix on that wiring and call it done...
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Yeah I'm going to. Its going to be hard though, because there is less then 1/2" of wire left coming from the plug. Hopefully it will be enough to solder and heat shrink.
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