hey cool your from mesa?? awsome. anyway where did you buy the injectors off of? if you bought them off cottons jack is a real cool guy i'd call him up.
The hose appears to be connected, but I have not checked the vacuum.Originally posted by Steve Wood:
You put all the injector harness connectors on the right injectors? You did not remove the tps harness or iac harness for any reason?
What's your vacuum reading? PVC hose off sounds logical to me.
Did not remove the EGR. Put a vacuum gauge on last night and when i could get it to run it read about 18. I removed only removed the coil pack to replace the injectors. I reused the existing injector harness as it appeared to be in good shape. To keep the car running I need to keep moving the accelerator pedal rapidly.Originally posted by Steve Wood:
good point..I went thru a bout with not being able to get the egr gasket sealed and it screwed the idle.
Fuel pressure is good, I think I'll try swapping the injectors out this weekend. ThatOriginally posted by ES:
And I thought I had bad luck.
Vacuum sounds good.
Sounds like a fuel problem.
Do you have a fuel pressure guage?
You think something could have happened to the FP regulator?
If all of the above is OK you could swap injectors back and see if it is the new injectors.
They are brand new. Don't know what else to try. I looked over hoses and wires and everthing looks ok. Last night with TPS off it was idling at about 800rpm in gear. The car is driveable as long as I do not connect TPS. As soon as the service engine light comes on (takes about 30 sec after TPS disconnect) the engine smoothes out.Originally posted by Steve Wood:
Were they new ones?
Those have been used widely as stock replacments.
It is set ok but I have not checked how it is operating as I depress the pedal. I guess that could be a potential issue, I don't know how it could have got damaged though.Originally posted by Steve Wood:
your tps is reading normally....42 or so at idle and increases smoothly as you depress the pedal?