|Originally posted by Blacktree:|
IIRC, one of the engine-to-transmission bolts serves as the grounding stud for the fuel injector(s). Was the ground wire re-attached when the tranny was installed?
Also, tell us more about the tranny swap. Did you do an auto-to-manual (or vice versa) swap, or did you swap in the same type of transmission?
when i took the video i had the red amp wire running from where i grounded the bolts and ran it to the ground on the battery to ensure that the ground was good but i swapped my isuzu 5 speed with another isuzu 5 speed the arm that moves the throw out bearing locked up and it was stuck half engauged
but the problem is solved
all it need was to be threaten to be scrapped and my cousin kicking the tire. He stopped on by to give me a hand in finding out what was wrong and when i was showing him what was happening he kicked the tire and it fired right up and runs great which is always scary cause there was a problem that wasnt fixed and i dont what to be stuck anywhere but if it dont do it again its hard to find out what was wrong
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70 Buick Riviera Stage 1 455 Big Block Auto Dual Carb
73 Buick Riviera GS 455 Big Block auto (#2 on dream car list)
78 Chevy C 10 Step Side Pick up 350 auto
85 Chevy Camaro Z28 383 stroker auto (#3 on dream car list)
96 Chevy Camaro Z28 350 LT1 auto (daily driver during the nice months) 14.1 at 99.25 mph 8/5/09
98 GMC 2500 350 auto (plow truck)
86 Pontiac Fiero 2.5L 5 speed (mgp car)
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