By chance, did you accidentaly unplug any sensors? Being it sounds like you've worked around cars a good bit, I realize you most likely checked this, but I need to ask. Also, you didn't say if you're getting both fuel and spark. Did you check? Finally, I have a 92 that was doing some similar things. After going crazy with no codes, I found that the MAP sensor would have correct output voltage and then drop to nothing for a split second, killing the engine and happening so fast, it wouldn't set a code. I had to borrow a buddy's on board scanner so I could run and drive the truck to see what was happening to cause it to die. I replaced it over a year ago and had no problems since. Also, if you remove the distributor cap, the rotor is turning, correct?
Saturday, December 20th, 2008 AT 8:24 PM