I have a 93 Fleetwood with a 5.7 liter 350 motor. The car had some recent head work done and we can't get the car to stay running. The car starts and stalls. I was able to get the car running by grounding the timing connector. We disconnect timing connector from ground and the car continues to run. If we shut the vehicle off and try to restart the car without the timing connector grounded it stumbles and dies. Fuel pressure is at 13psi, timing has been set to 0deg, has new wires and plugs, old distributer but no cracks and looks clean, cap and rotor are new. If anyone has come across this problem please reply. We've tried everything!
Tuesday, October 16th, 2012 AT 11:30 PM