First off - remind us ... Is your engine setup totally stock, or ... ???
yeah ill do that first thing tomorrow...if thats the case i already have a bigger fuelpump ready to drop in...check ur fuel pump i did same thing on freeway and wouldnt start just kicked over i had no fuel pump clicking so took it out and the fuel pump had fell off the supply tube
tillers????:jawdrop: out of the Off-Topic forum??? is this a joke?:lol:Same thing happened to me in my old S10, turns out the fuel pump had come disconnected.
This is the weirdest part of all ...... also, with the key in the on position, my abs light was flashing fast
what i dont understand with this is why it would happen while im driving, not BEFORE....i mean nothing happened before, and i didnt do any splicing or anything that might have caused it...the only thing that could have happend would be shorting of some wires but i didnt mess with any wires.:shrug:This is the weirdest part of all ...
There's no normal operation of the ABS warning circuit that should result in the ABS warning lamp flashing quickly. And I haven't yet found an explanation for why a fuel pump (or associated wiring) failure would cause this.
If you bridge two terminals of the DLC3 (diagnostics) connector, the ABS light will flash quickly, and you can crudely read ABS diagnostic codes from the pattern of the flashing.
... Which raises the scary possibility of something shorted, screwy, or fried in the diagnostic wiring - or even the ABS ECU and / or the ECM.
took the fuel return hose off, turned the key, fuel squirted out....so its not the fuel pump