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I have a 2000 E7 460 that has been sitting for 3 years. I recently put new pistons and liners in it and now it wont start. I've been messing with it off and on for a week now and I'm about ready to pull it outside and burn it. Ive cleaned all the grounds and have checked for power at the ECU at pins 10,22,41. I have changed all the relays and checked them for power as well. I have switched all sending units with an engine that was running fine. I think the ECU seems to be working but I'm noo 100% sure. If I disconnect any of the sending units it will display the fault code for that perticular sending unit. That tells me that the ECU is at least working some what. Is there any way to check the ECU without any Diagnostic Software?

Any help would be great!

Thanks Waylon

I checked the voltage from the VECU on wire VJ3-13 that supplies power to the relays and it is around 11.10 volts should it be at 12

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