I have been pm'ing back and forth with a master tech from Texas, but right now he is telling me to change sensors I have already changed, so yes...you can say frustration is really beginning to set in!
First off, who the hell is Brinner?that sounds pretty good about now (shiner) although I had my first two beers tonight in over two months at the Indians game.
I have drained the gas out of the fuel cell twice in now. there is no bad gas left. the injectors were cleaned already. But I agree with you and have said it the entire time. Whenever I find the cause, it is going to be something simple. which is bound to piss me off even further. LOL!
Only thing I can think of presently is I was replacing parts with used instead of new or OEM parts. so I guess I am going to go back over the connectors as well as start replacing sensors again with brand new ones. Basically I am "throwing my hands up in the air" so to speak.
I actually had a quick thought tonight about pulling the motor and going with a suggestion Brinner gave me a while back.... building up and putting the 302 I have into it! but I am sure that would only create another type of headache all of it's own! Besides I am bound and determined to solve this damn problem!
I don't know what special about it. all I did was drop it in. nothing but 2 screws and a wire harness. that was a year ago. it was throwing cods on and off in a span of 2 months so I went ahead changed it.got the TPS in today but still need to "dial" it in. when installing the TPS I found out that you can not just plug and play. there are adjustments that need to be made.