I won't need a compression check. You do
The compression check is done to evaluate the condition of the engine. You can throw new parts to it and if there's a problem internally your right back to square one.
My advise is to check the actual fuel pressure-and these CTS/TPS/MAF sensor-to include the VSS.
Engine in perfect condition, it leaves the fuel and ignition wide open-diagnosis should be in order for this two to get to the problem and who knows it might be coming from an emission control devices.
Thursday, May 3rd, 2007 AT 2:05 AM