OK, tbfreeman, Now that you are confirmed, to still be with us!
How 'bout posting/ pasting what you just sent me at my E-mail, as far as what you have done thus far.
Glad to hear the vacuum lines are pretty much right.
Have you got him coded, the old OBD1 way (again?)
Your injectors are above the throttle plate, so yes it should get "wet". Too much maybe but do not know
The fuel regulator you mentioned, may or may not be bad, you need to check fuel pressure to see if it's working within specs. Before you needlessly spend $$$ on a new one.
My Dad's '86 T-Bird had similar problems, rather his would just die at idle. His showed different codes at random, sometimes none at all.
After several months and throwing parts at it, new and used, we discovered the Injectors were bad. We figured this out, by swapping salvage yard injectors in to his. When certain that was the fix, I bought new ones.
I brought you back here, cause there are a lot of other reading this, whom I'm sure know this stuff better.
Sunday, May 29th, 2011 AT 2:12 AM