If the PCM is interchangable.. shouldn't I be able to just upload this through my quarterhorse and go?Ok good, I run the green giant injectors as well so it should be compatible.
I’ll pm you. I think putting in the t4m0 and trying out this tune would be worth a shot.
No it does not. The computer says it's working perfectly fine.Not totally familiar with the 95ecu... does it have 'failed maf load' tables? If it does you can unplug the maf and trim that table by 35% to see if it will idle.
Go into the ignition tables and zero them all out except the base table, lock it in at 15* one variable removed.
You can also zero (set to 1 if lambda 14.7 of afr) the fuel trim tables and only run the failed maf
I am not talking about the maf, I am talking about the tune. There has to be a failed maf table so the car can run on either sd or alpha-nNo it does not. The computer says it's working perfectly fine.
MAF unplugged it will not fire up without flooring the pedal, and once it does, soon as you let off, it dies.
It's gotta be the maf that got trashed when it got wet real quick. New one here Monday. Only thing left it can be.
I have 3 diff sets of plugs here, NGK, Autolite 3924 and 3923.. I have a spark plug cleaner for my compressor and it works great. Car was powder fouling plugs before, now they're literally wet with fuel.
Funniest thing in, it's the opposite. #2 was blank. Like it never fired.. every other plug was wet fouled.Fuel pressure is correct, and timing seems reasonably close if you were anywhere near TDC with spout-out and the car would probably keep running long enough to fiddle with it. Still guessing but it's very possibly the tune or the injectors misbehaving. If you wanted to ship over a copy of your tune I could look at it - to see that it's at least set up for the right injectors. On the injectors themselves, a tell-tale sign if they're leaking badly is fuel in the oil as well as a fuel pressure that drops to near zero very quickly after you shut off the car. Once you have it running well enough to stay running, a cylinder balance test can help pinpoint if one of them is hosed without pulling out the rails again.
Again agree with @a91what - if all the plugs are fouled it's probably a tune issue. If you have an AFPR you can dial down the fuel pressure and get it running reasonably or as I mention I'd be willing to look at your tune. If it's just one or two that are badly fouled, they may be stuck open. This will cause the car to run like complete crap, and run so rich as to blow white smoke, as the other injectors get next to no fuel pressure. Barely made it home with my 'green giants' before I trashed them.
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