Did you put the ignition leads back in the correct order?
Cheers ill try the battery issue as it was only started yesterday for the first time in 3 months so sound like it may be the issue. The engine still turns over though so could it still be the battery??Fred22 said:hi buddy, a couple of things to try first, did you pull your fuel pump fuse? If so did you put it back?
The coil pack has a big multiplug in front of it, is this connected right?
The earth on the coil pack, is that connected onto it as well as the little multi plug on the other side of the coil pack? Trace back all the hoses and multi plugs you disconnected when you did the cleaning, hopefully its only minor that its not starting,
also dont count out the battery, if the lights on the dash go a bit dim, it might need a jump to start, all just ideas,
the other one is the 3 multiplugs on the side of the engine, near the power steering side rear of the engine, did you disconnect any of these, and if so check to see that they are connected fully,
good luck with it hope you sort it out
Hope so im itching to get back in it again!! :laugh: :driving:Fred22 said:well my engine would turn over as well when my battery was weak, but it wouldnt start it, just the turn over sound, charged it up and fired up straight away after about 30 mins, of charging,
i dont know if this will be your problem, but it sure sounds like it, just charge your battery and go on from there, the v6 needs alot of power to fire into life, hence the big alternator and heavy duty battery it needs,
good luck with it, hopefully it will be the battery and you will be fine, first time in 3 months might be the reason why
I doubt it then. Good luck with getting it sorted though,st200pow said:Yeah im sure i did doen them one at a time so could really mess them up??