Sounds like something is still unplugged somewhere. Follow the wire harness from the coils and injectors back, and check it where it plugs into the PCM and in between.
Worth a try.Thanks Dave
Could it be a ground wire attached to the impossible to remove and install on the bracket behind the driver side cylinder head?
That thing is a PITA
Not quite following...are you saying you've got it running? Or that it is still not running but everything is connected as before?Yes
Everything is hooked up exactly how it should be and also the way it was running
My question was: How much power? What's the actual voltage reading on each supply lead?Hey Dave
I’m pretty sure there’s power to the ECM
I have power to the scanner power everywhere else
If I wasn’t seeing power to the computer I’d suspect that too
Chris said the cam sensor tested out with no faults.Most modern gasoline engines usually need a crank AND cam sensor input, maybe cam signal was damaged. Ive also seen a vehicle with a crank signal, but the reluctor wheel was broken so it was giving an intermittent signal. You wouldnt know this unless you had the cam and crank signal scoped and verified they were aligning properly. Might explain the old pop from timing off.