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Well, was having trouble, sounded like a vacuum leak, tore the mofugga apart, no avail, and then randomly it died, reseated all electrical, tore the airbox/hoses/vacuum lines all apart again, put it backtogether, nothing, slammed the hood, it worked again, for a while. then it died. then when i went to check codes, the "run" position would just cause shittons of random clicking relay noises that wouldnt stop from under the hood, aw crap, reseated all the electrical again, cleaned the terminals on the battery, ecu and coil, and it fired up after a while, then it randomly died again in the alley by my house, waited a few minutes, it wouldnt fire, waited a bit longer, and then it started up again....

anyone know what's up?
 

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Which relay is clicking? Sounds like it may be the ASD relay which is located on the L/S fender, it is the relay closest to the front of the car, if that is the one I will post diagnostics.
 

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no codes, fresh battery and good alt.

as far as the relay, it's either #1 or #2 from the back-front on the drivers side looking at the engine bay. it almost seems to drop spark once in a blue moon too idling at lights and stuff.
 

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The ASD relay powers the fuel pump, injectors, + coil and HO2S.
It is the first relay towards the front of the car.
The easiest way to test it and its circuit is to locate the underhood diagnostic connector( in the harness near the controller) and with the key on/ engine off ground the DB/YL wire, this will actuate the relay and you should hear the fuel pump run and have a constant 12 volts at the DG/BK wire at the relay connector(with relay plugged in, DG/BK wire is the ASD output) and you should have a constant 12 volts at the DG/BK wire at the injector harness and + coil. If the relay is clicking when you do this and power is not constant be sure the connector is clean of corrosion, there is no terminal damage and that the ground (DB/YL wire at the relay is constant, connect your test light to batt + and probe that cavity, light should stay on) if it does and power at the DB wire and RED wire are constant replace the relay.



 
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