As I stated the engine has been installed in a 1941 Ford with a 3 speed C-4 Transmission so there is no provision for a Brake On/Off function, after checking my diagrams I also see that there are no provisions for this circuit in the aftermarket wiring harness.
As this engine originally came out of a 25 year old car I have replaced all of the sensors; inlet air temp., Coolant temp, MAP, both O2 sensors idle control solenoid, throttle position sensor, EGR valve position sensor, and the EGR valve control switch. The distributor has a new control module, new cap, rotor, new plug wires, new champion iridium plugs, and a new coil. The fuel injectors and the fuel pressure regulator have also been replaced.
The fuel pressure is 40 psi static and 30 running which is within the set limits given in the factory manual.
The engine has been completely rebuilt with all new intake and associated manifold gaskets. All vacuum hoses have been replaced and I can find no discernable vacuum leaks.
Engine timing set as recommended by factory manual to 10 degrees BTDC with distributor sprout disconnected.
There are no exhaust leaks, engine oil has less that 1 hour operation, the tank and complete fuel system is new and clean as is the gas.
I have rechecked all system grounds and all are good, the wiring harness provides for 2 grounds for injector circuits, check ok, there are 4 other grounds in the harness that also check ok, battery grounded to engine and frame in 2 different places.
As you can see I have completed the check list that you provided with the exception of CANP which I have no idea what that means nor could I locate an explanation on the web.
If you have any more suggestions I would be most eager to hear them or any ideas you might have.
Thursday, April 23rd, 2015 AT 3:29 PM