Check the following:
Check secondary ignition system.
Check PCM power and ground circuits.
Check engine vacuum.
Check fuel pressure.
Check Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor calibration.
Check Throttle Position (TP) sensor calibration.
Check Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) calibration.
Check minimum idle airflow.
Check oxygen sensor switching.
Check Idle Air Control (IAC) motor operation.
Check evaporative system.
[quote] It was around 2 degress F and the temp sensor said 7 0r 8 volts. What would this reading be in F?[End quote]
IAT sends resistance value, not voltage. You need to perform the test again. This time use resistance (ohm) mode, instead of voltage. Ambient temperature of 70 degrees F, your reading should be around 7000 - 13000 ohms. At normal operating temperature, it should read between 700 - 1000 ohms.
But based on your description, I am inclined to say either vacuum leak or EGR transducer problems.
Wednesday, December 24th, 2008 AT 1:54 AM