After thinking about it I am guessing that you would check resistance, but how would that link to intermittent problems with spark problems?
I also realized you could use a little bit more info.
It is a 99 2.5L V6 Duratec standard transmission. The problem started directly after I replaced the TPS with a salvage yard replacement. Though it solved my idle problem I thought it being a very used and neglected part, it may be responsible in some way for the jerking (it actually feels like the engine is staling out for that half second so misfire does qualify) so I replaced it with a new TPS. It did not help. I have checked all the plug and wire connections and they are all solid, I have checked the EGR system for disconnected hoses and there are no codes as far as I know(every time I go to have it checked the CE Light is off). Previous to this I had it checked quite often since I was in school for Auto Tech and the only thing it was throwing were Oxygen Sensors which I had replaced.
That is all I can think of right now.
Saturday, August 16th, 2014 AT 7:29 PM