Occasionally I have dropped the clutch too quickly on my '92 5 speed yj. the car stalls, but will refuse to start after that, as though the stalling temporarily killed the engine and starter. I have to wait 20-30 minutes, and it will start up just fine. runs great after that like nothing happens. How can I bypass this starter kill so I can start up right after a stall?
The next time it stalls and doesn't want to start, disconnect the battery for 10 second and then try and start it. It will reset the ecu and force it into open loop. It will tell you if it's sensor related.
Ok. So open/closed loop doesn't matter. You need to do a couple things. Check your fuel pressure. Could be it's flooding. Also you need a meter. Under$20 @ harbor freight or radio shack. Go you know how to use a meter to read voltages?