Adamstarr - try to unplug the temp sensor when the engine starts to flood and see if it corrects the problem. Perhaps I have a ground wire problem. It has coded 32, 33, 45 and the last one was 15. Still Walking Dan Post Reply That cam should work fine in your set-up without any fuel calibration change. You can just barely feel it if you are concentrating and looking for it. About the only parts that aren't new is the O2 sensor replaced 2 years ago , the iac and the egr vacuum solenoid. It is all stock with the exception of the intake manifold.
Now it has at least smoothed out to between 8-10. Air filter, fuel filters, spark plugs etc. I also have a problem where, especially on rainy days, I get quick moments where the engine will cut out then come back. Jan 10, 2010 You may want to install an adjustable pressure regulator to provide what the engine needs, not what the computer thinks it wants. I lost my job, so I haven't had any extra money to get the fuel injectors cleaned or take it to a shop.
I went back over it again with the propane and could find no leaks. Believe it or not there are some dishonest folk out there ready to rebuild a perfectly good engine because someone needs a new fuel filter. I have never seen plugs look like that. The front tank has the fuel pump with sending unit and the back tank is just a sending unit with small pusher pump to carry fuel to front tank. The old one was just 2 years old. If the O2 goes bad, that'll make the motor run pig rich. Gm makes the truck, Honey makes the camper.
What was the reason for the change? It can happen up to about 5 times a minute. On my '85,454 the coil is in the dist. The sensor may be stuck. The smell of the unburnt fuel would smoke you out with the windows down. Then it runs good if I floor it again. Post Reply Well, still no luck. Post Reply Lee, I cleared the codes and and took it for a spin about 24 miles 70mph.
If the lines break, deal with it. Another sign is water and white smoke coming from the tailpipe. Going to a 16 year newer truck has been interesting. The engine is all stock except for the Edelbrock manifold. After 2 years and having the burb at 2 different shops with no result to the surging idle, I stumbled upon the answer at a Ford site. The only code I'm getting is a lean mix. The check engine light will flash code 12 ignition bypass 1 long 2 short flashes in three sessions then immediately after that, the problem codes will flash in order of importance.
The tech said it would pass easily with a new cat. Came across somthing different the other day. I'd be happy to guide you thru this but won't do it with any other posters involved. What type trans fluid,oil and filter does the 1984 chevy rockwood motorhome take? After truck heats up iac doesn't do anything. I need to get off my ass and poke around a little, do a compression test and look at plugs, etc.
I found one on the pb port and repaired it. If you take… I recently ran into the same codes on my volkswagon, and, through a system of elimination, I was able to find the culprit. Check with Holley, Moroso and Edelbrock to see if they have something that will help. Good luck and keep me posted, be glad to help you get your truck running 100% again soon and please rate. It usually is that sensor remember to ask the temp switch that operates the computer control Not your temp Gauge. Did you have the heads surfaced? I know my former 92K1500 with 5. I noticed that the gas as it is sprayed from the injector hits the bottom half of the injector support tower and then drips into the throttle body.
But then I started to get codes. So I replaced the sending unit in the back tank now my fuel gauge isn't working. My son, who is a mechanic puzzled over it for a while and took it to a friends placec to check it out. May let her sit ,til after Jan1. It ran rough when I started it, but ran good a hwy speed.
Could an injector problem cause the lean condition? Any easy and accurate way it to pull the return line off the throttle body and start the truck, If there is enough fuel the fuel should come out of the return line port at a decent flow, if its slow or not much comes out chances are you have a flow or pressure issue. And as far as I know, that '88s don't have an O2 sensor. Anyone know if that is a problem or is it normal? Look across this board and you'll see plenty of posts with guys having carb troubles and can't figure out what's wrong. Have you checked your gasline filter? Come to find out that the coolant temp. Tomorrow I will drop the tank and make the repairs. The ignition and everything was replaced when it we rebuilt. Hopefully in the next few weeks I'll have time to look at it more.