Has the fuel pressure been checked and also the cylinder compression. Anoter thing to check for is a Vacuum leak or leaks.
Is your check engine light on? If so try pulling codes...
To extract DTCs from the computer for diagnostic purposes, the Self Test connector is used.
Start engine and bring to normal operating temperature. If engine will not start or stalls after starting, proceed with next step.
Turn the key "OFF", then wait ten seconds.
Activate the self test by grounding the Self-Test Input (STI) connector.
Turn the ignition key "ON".
Record all codes received.
Turn ignition "OFF".
Data Link Connector (DLC)
Analog Voltmeter Connection
Post all codes/numbers here.......
Also,do you still have your old TPS and Crank Sensors? If so put the Old TPS Sensor back on and see what happens. If no change then put Old Cran Sensor back on and see what happens. It doesn't happen often but you can get a bad sensor right off the shelf.
Sunday, January 11th, 2009 AT 11:34 AM