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Chris Matthams

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  1. Thanks all for assistance - good news is that the problem was a broken wire (pin 1 I presume) from the harness side of the Crankshaft Position Sensor. Joint soldered up and car runs only the temperature warning light is now flashing!! I do think I'll need to do a proper job of the repair as it's a bit shoddy right now but access is a nightmare!!Any tips here gratefully received. Thanks for super quick responses and good ideas. Cheers Chris
  2. Hi Loren - Thanks Excuse the ignorance but how does one check the CPS? Could you describe a test? Cheers Chris
  3. Thanks JFP - will try that and get back to you - I've gone through some of your other replies discussing delivery rates and pressures and fuel system generally - so quite a lot to go through. Will revert once I've got some more. Cheers Chris
  4. Thanks Ahsai, All warning lights (inc. CEL) are on - as you would expect when you turn on the ignition and before the engine fires (engine doesn't then fire which is the problem) Fuses OK Tach needles does NOT move during cranking - what would that mean? Chris
  5. I have a 2001 boxster s that won't fire. 120k miles. It hasn't been used for a good few years but upon return to the car it started fine and drove as it always did. passed it's MOT no issue but 1 radiator leaking ive replaced all 3 front radiators the car is still not being used but now won't fire up. battery is relatively new and is connected to a conditioner the engine turns over quickly but won't fire everything else works live tried a jumper lead across the fuel relay (fuel pump works) but still won't start any thoughts?? thanks all chris
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