Question about 1994 Chevrolet Astro
I changed the distribuitor, spark plugs, plug wires, distribuitor cap, ignition rotor, TPS sensor, and the map sensor. I checked the fuel pressure, it's 55-60 psi. I connected the scanner machine, but it didn't give me any codes. the check engine light is not on. it still has the same problem.
Code Reader or Professional Scan Tool ?
Why was the distributor changed?
What started all the parts replacement?
Was any testing-- of anything done,BEFORE parts went in?
You have no vehicle problem,details,symptoms or what
problem your having an issue with
TPS Sensor---does it get adjusted ?
Exhaust Converter -how old & blocked?
Worn Timing Chain?
Oxygen Sensor in control of fuel (Closed Loop)
Engine Temp--is what when hot?
Posted on Nov 23, 2014
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