Ok here we go.
No cloggs in the exhaust system at all. I bought a brand new TPS and Oxygen sensor. The old O2 sensor was bad. How ever that didn't even touch the problem. So I bought a vacuum gauge. At idle it reads 10 to 11 in-HG. It is not steady and fluctuates between the two rapidly. Sometimes, like when the fan cuts on it will drop to 3 to 5 in-HG as the engine lugs down (the idle air control valve is brand new). According to the book. At sea level it should read 17-22 in-HG. And should be steady, not bouncy. I'm currently about 1000' MSL.(Mean sea level). So it should read MAYBE 1 in-HG less than the book says.
I did replace the fuel injector that had a crack in the plastic lining the tip. No change. Thanks for all of your input so far, but with that in mind whats your thoughts on the engine now. :)
Also I have not verified fuel pressure as of yet. The gauge I bought does test fuel pressure it's just a matter of doing it. Lol. Let me know what you think and I'll test the fuel psr soon. Thank you.
Sunday, May 23rd, 2010 AT 3:55 PM