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referring to P38, GEMS - 4.6(1996)

i have clean n check this..
1) Crank shaft sensor - clean and test.. - ok
2) cam shaft sensor - Clean and test - ok
3) all related connector - clean and re-joint..
4) ECM Module - disconnect, clean all terminal and re connect.
5) Fuel pressure, ok
6) all fuse and relay.. terminal check n clean (Engine compartment n cabin)

previously, before get clean all the engine bay, the engine running fine, just MAF Sensor issues..
refer 15 sec video..

am i getting bad ignition coil? all 4? or just some connector short due to water?
Thanks RR.net..
 

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What spark plugs are they? They aren't firing across the electrodes but on the side so it is very unlikely to start like that. Not sure how washing the engine would have caused it but I'd start with some decent NGK BPR6ES plugs
 

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Water and Lucas electrics .......

Have you disconnected the coil input and dried it out? Is your fuel pump running? Have you dried out the plugs under the fuse box?
 

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Water and Lucas electrics .......

Have you disconnected the coil input and dried it out? Is your fuel pump running? Have you dried out the plugs under the fuse box?
i did.. dry up..plus using electrical/electronic contact cleaner.. yup.. fuel pump running well.. fuse box.. semi disconnect.. and re connected.. all incl the comp box..
all dry up.. nothing wet..
 

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Water in the crank position sensor plug?
 
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