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87 SPFI ?flooding?

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#1 aiiadict


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Posted 11 May 2007 - 06:12 PM

it's flashing code 14 (abnormal injector output)

Starts good. runs good. will suddenly stall about every 15
minutes while at 4000RPM....

have to hold pedal down to floor to get it to start (it's flooded)

anyone have an idea what's going on?

info: timed correctly, valves set correctly
speed sensor is NOT hooked up. I wonder if this could be the problem?

maybe a bad ground to the exhaust pipe? O2 sensor isn't sending
correct data, thinks it's running really lean, so it floods with gas?


#2 Gloyale


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Posted 11 May 2007 - 06:39 PM

coolant sensor open circuit. This would keep the O2 info from being monitored and make the ECU think it needs to warm up more still=more gas

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