Ok the fuel pressure is a couple of pounds high but I con't think it is a problem. I would like you to check the air flow sensor for proper operation and alignment. I have included a pic to help.
1) Remove the rubber bellows boot to expose the sensor plate and disconnect the electrical connector from the auxilary air valve and control pressure regulator. Turn the key on engine off for about 10 seconds to build up fuel pressure.
2) Now very carefully lift the sensor plate with a magnet or pliers. While you lift it there should be constant pressure felt. Slowly lower plate and it should level.
3) Now lift plate and let it drop into position. You should hear it you should hear it hit the lever if not it is sticking. If it is sticking then remove it and clean with carb and injector cleaner and see if it works as it should. Get back to me with what you find.
Wednesday, March 4th, 2009 AT 10:44 AM