Yeah...that's the way mine was when I decided to rebuild it in 2010. Just really worn out all the way around. I didn't really skimp on anything on it, so that's why I am going to start replacing those old EFI parts that are suspect. It runs fantastic....hardly squeaks or makes a peep...ell other than the loud ass exhaust on it at the time.Oh I'm sure top end on mine would see a huge improvement in comparison, but to be honest, this setup currently has no issue getting up to 90 and it feels like it could go more, but I'm not 100% confident that stuff would not start falling off this old thing past that....LOL
I can hold it to the floor and it will start for a second and then quit. As soon as I get off work I am going to go look at it and see wtf is up. How would the TPS lose ground? Could it be intermittent? Because it runs fine otherwise. Would that make it cut out like that? Throw a 42 code?If the TPS fails in such a way that it loses ground, the ECM will then go into clear flood mode, which disables the injectors.
I've had that bite me once on a conversion once. It was when I injected my Jimmy to be specific.
Bill, figured you had been busy bro. No worries man. I will get it when you have time. I haven't had time to work on the truck this week anyway.James, I'm going to do my best to get that aldl cable made up for you this weekend. This week has been utter hell.