I would personally start by logging the MAF to see what the PCM thinks is happening. It's either adding the amount of fuel it thinks is correct, or incapable of properly metering fuel. I'd start with the easy one - be sure it's reading the MAF properly.
Any DTC's show up on the scan? Your LTFT's are way off. I tune for numbers close to zero that would show that the PCM is not adding or subtracting fuel. +/- 5 is a good target +/- 10 is marginally acceptable but you should never see over that number. Your engine is choking on fuel. Improper values in the MAF table/programming issues, defective sensor, clogged CAT or a leaking injector are possible causes.
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Yeah... either your injectors are dumping fuel for no good reason (seriously oversized, seriously leaky, bad FPR, seriously high fuel pressure) or your maps are wrong. MAF readings seem okay, so it's either what the PCM is doing with that info or an inability to properly meter fuel.
Dead serious lol. Around the time of **** mileage, r just a tad before (I have never gotten above 20mpg really) My colts would shoot down to 8, if I tap on the AUX gauge it comes up to 11, sometimes back up to 13-14.
If I push the AUX gauges down, it keeps good voltage.
But anyhow, did a lot more tests earlier. No change in LTFT (idles at -12 now......)
Oh, got it. Maybe just a bad connection on the gauge. I thought you genuinely had 8v in the system!
This is just a 3800, no SC, yeah?
You should be able to drive around with the FPR unplugged ok. But, an easier test to connect a Mityvac to the FPR vacuum line and see if applying/removing vacuum from the FPR causes your wild AFR variations. Maybe you just have a bad/wrong FPR - although you're seeing 45psi max, which suggests it is behaving.
Do you have a noid light you could hook up the injectors to see how they're pulsing?
Okay, then you'll need a Mityvac that can do pressure and vacuum. Test the FPR with both and see how the AFR numbers change - you should be able to hear/feel the mixture richen as you apply pressure to the FPR.
Also, as Lou said, have you checked resistance on the CTS?