I put new injectors and tested my computer in another car, the computer works in another vehicle but I am still getting the same problem. The car will start, idol real good but when you put it in drive it starts to pudder and will turn off in a matter of minutes. Do you happen to have a solution???
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The fans are controlled by the ECM and it uses the ECT sensor for temperature sensing, so if the check engine light isn't on the sensor is not the problem. You need to have an active test run on the fan system to see what code is returned. Have you tried powering up the fans at the relay?
TURN OFF RADIO FIRST.REMOVE NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE FOR A MINUTE OR TWO.RECONNECT NEGATIVE BATTERY.CRANK CAR UP LET IDLE TO GET OPERATING TEMPERATURE FIRST DONT ACCELERATE ENGINE.GIVE ENGINE TIME TO RECOGNIZE THE NEW TPS SENSOR.IF CAR STILL MISS REPLACE FUEL FILTER.CLEAN FUEL INJECTORS WITH A BOTTLE OF FUEL INJECTOR CLEANER BY POURING IT IN A FULL TANK OF GAS.DRIVE CAR AROUND SO CLEANER CAN FLUSH OUT THE INJECTORS.
it is the large round piece located in the round plastic flex tube that connects to your air filter and the other end to the throttle body,you can do a tap test on this piece,start your car,and tap on the flat part of the MAF sensor,if your car stalls right out it bad,use a screw driver handle to tap with.
If your check engine light is on the computer in your car can give a code. Aamco will read your check engine light for free. Might need a repair manual to find out what code means (which o2 sensor). If check engine light is not on you will probably need to get each o2 sensor tested by a mechanic.
could be to many thing to take chances with, but most commonly;fuel filter,gas line antifreeze or a crack in your air intake which would take your vacuum seal away, start with the least expensive and work from their. Worst case scenario pinched fuel line
Test your fuel pressure, make sure it is the right pressure and test the fuel volume.make sure its getting the right amount of fuel. if it checks out ok you need to put the car on a diagnostic machine. you may have a signal problem that requires a lab scope.
The quad driver is in the computer it drives the fuel injecters. you could have an injector problem if one injector shorts it will cause the code to show up you can ohm the injectors and find the problem e-mail me and let me know what you find Phil