Ok, I havent got any replies to this problem, but I have done some work to the truck to try to resolve the problem. I have found that the problem does not fall under the spark issue that I thought it did. It fuel. We have done some trouble shooting, but are still kind of stumped. The issue is kind of moving around. We didnt have the iac plugged in and got it to start some how, when we realized that it was unplugged, I went ahead and plugged it back in, and instantly, the injectors stopped pulsating, and the fuel pump shut off, in turn killing the engine. Since then we have been unable to get it started again. We replaced the iac with a new one with no result. We have replaced the fuel pump relay, which is under the dash, but the only way we can get the fuel pump to kick on is to jump it from the positive battery terminal to the test wire on the firewall, and still there's no pulse to the injectors. There is 12v on one lead of both of the injectors, but they wont pulsate.
Another thing I have found is the piece of metal that was under the distributor cap came from an old rotor button
Monday, December 17th, 2012 AT 3:23 AM