okay, i got my car to the point to where itll start. But now when i push the gas the intake makes a noise and it stalls. I dont think the sensor is bad. Im not throwing any codes i dont think. I think the air/fuel mixture is messed up. it sounds like motor isnt getting any air. Anything i could do to fix this? And in order to get my car to start i had to swap spark plugs. they were all black and had a bunch of fuel and black **** on em. I have h22 injectors in my car and i think thats why they had a little fuel on em. but what all could cause my car to wanna stall when i press the gas? Im thinking either air temperature sensor, mass air flow sensor, that filter on the back of the intake mani. tell me if im wrong and what could be wrong with it im getting mad with this car. thanks.
well see now its to the point to where it it starts up and when it starts it revs to 2 1/2 ( it has always done that ) and then it immediatly stalls out. the book said fault fuel injectors ( they work i checked em ) fuel not reaching fuel injectors ( pulled an injector out and yes it get to injectors ) and vacum leak between throttle body and intake manifold. would that be a gasket? and would a simple problem like that cause it to do that? maybe its a bad throttle body? someone help please
well see, brad u know me lol (h22_crx) lol and my car is wired all up crazy and i somehow I have a wire ran to a push button and the guy says i have to ground out that wire turn my key over and push the red button on the switch and then the check engine light blinks... the guy who wired my car up is an idiot its crazy.
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