Has the neutral switch been checked?
If your jumper is from terminal 16 of the starter relay to ground, which I believe is where you put the test light, then the relay will be energized whenever the ignition key is turned to Start and there's 12 V at terminal 15. You are indeed bypassing not only the security relay function, but also the interlock function of the inhibitor switch and the ECM (Park or Neutral start only).. . . The one thing I noticed last night was the car starts in any gear, not only in park or nuetral. I noticed it when i was putting the interior back together to make it drivable and testing out everything. Could this be because i made a jumper for the relay and it is no longer connected to the security relay/BIU or have I just found the root cause?
Not that I can recall being reported here.Has the neutral switch been checked?
I'm not sure this is all that unusual presuming that you're at the right terminals. First, let's set aside the previous readings because we're not sure they were at the right terminal. (Might have been, but at this point only adds uncertainty.)B10 (B280 Connector) - 0V on, 5.69V Cranking.
Now before that, I was testing the same connector and I got 12.18v on and 12.14v cranking, although i might have had a different wire being probed by accident.
I thought there would've been 12v going to the BIU not the 5.69 i recieved? I also jumped B10 to ground to see if it would start(effectively eliminating the BIU from the root cause?) and it didn't start.
You might want to start a fresh thread for this. The car cranks but doesn't fire?Hi I am having the no start, EGR valve clicking on my 2005 Outback. I followed every thing in the thread but not able to fix it. It started after I stop for coffee and could not start the car to start since. Tried starting it and all I hear the the clicking noise from the EGR valve. I replace Crankshaft sensor but nada. Thanks advance to anyone that replies.