3.2 ASR relay+others repeadingly clicks

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medinagemini
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3.2 ASR relay+others repeadingly clicks

Unread post by medinagemini » Sat Jun 06, 2015 6:54 pm

Car will start fine when cold. When it reaches normal tempature, it stalls out. It turns over fine the first couple of attempts but then the autoshutdown relay starts clicking, along with the fuel pump relay and the fuel pump. With those pieces clicking, the starter wont fully engage and sounds awful. The relays will continue to click even when the vehicle is turned off. Unplugging the cam sensor doesnt make it stop. I need to disconnect the battery for the ASRelay to quit clicking. I cant evem check computer codes while its clicking. (Checking by flipping ignition on/off 3x's) . When i am able to check codes, none are coming up except the battery code.

 

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Re: 3.2 ASR relay+others repeadingly clicks

Unread post by carriedi » Sun Jun 07, 2015 4:38 am

you should get a volt meter and check the voltages at the relays. It sounds like you may have a voltage problem. You might not have enough voltage/amps to hold the relays down. Could be a battery problem. Could be a connection problem. Could be a shorting problem. But it sounds like a problem with the power to the relays.
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Re: 3.2 ASR relay+others repeadingly clicks

Unread post by medinagemini » Mon Jun 08, 2015 5:32 am

New battery and why would relays continue to click after car is off and key removed?

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Re: 3.2 ASR relay+others repeadingly clicks

Unread post by carriedi » Mon Jun 08, 2015 10:14 am

new battery doesn't mean you have good voltage through out the system. that's why you check voltages at the relay to see what the relay is doing. Is the voltage turning on and off, is the voltage too low or is the ground turning the relays on and off. Something is turning the relays on and off. You have to check to see what it is. Check at the asd relay.

what is the year, make, model and engine of the vehicle you are dealing with?
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