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    Question New to me genesis I won't start until I add fuel manually then runs fine

    I got a 2003 Genesis I that will not start unless I dump fuel into each throttle body then it will run just fine and rev up perfect. have not water tested it yet as I am waiting to get the title.I just replaced the fuel pump and new pressure regulator I used the inline Kawasaki regulator.any thoughts or ideas or somebody that has experienced this problem before?


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    Check the voltage at the injectors. White/Red wire to ground should have over 20 volts while cranking with all injectors plugged in. Black meter probe to engine ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Check the voltage at the injectors. White/Red wire to ground should have over 20 volts while cranking with all injectors plugged in. Black meter probe to engine ground.
    I will try that going to have to pick up a multimeter from my friend I have noticed the after pulling out all plugs and drying them that they get wet during cranking even when it does not start

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Check the voltage at the injectors. White/Red wire to ground should have over 20 volts while cranking with all injectors plugged in. Black meter probe to engine ground.
    I got a meter today and I'm only getting battery voltage while cranking.... If I add fuel manually once it starts I'm getting 44 volts while it's running. .. that means my emm needs repair right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 07blkz71ccltz View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Check the voltage at the injectors. White/Red wire to ground should have over 20 volts while cranking with all injectors plugged in. Black meter probe to engine ground.
    I got a meter today and I'm only getting battery voltage while cranking....

    If I add fuel manually once it starts I'm getting 44 volts while it's running. .. that means my emm needs repair right?
    EMM repair does seem to be required.

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