So I had a code 23, replaced my MIT sensor and ran the engine, no more 23 code, but i did find some breaks in the vacuum lines thats causing the code 32...Will that kill my power???
Also when i give the throttle a quick "kick" accel fast for just a second, the engine bogs down like its about to stall and THEN revs..like a good delay in accell...MY POOR CAR, IM REALLY UPSET SHE'S HAVING SO MANY TROUBLES....but i guess thats too be expected from a full rebuild and frame swap :s
Any have any clue what might be causing a stumbling issue on acceleration??
p.s. (im assuming after driving it on the street the code 32 will come back)
Im having the same issue...just not throwing any codes...as far as I know but I was told that I needed a new ignition coil and to get my TB cleaned. The TPS would be a good place to check and cracks in the vacuum lines will attribute to some power loss and running rich
Even normal duct tape or hockey tape would work though? i dont think that part of the engine gets hot enough to melt much...if those lines are plastic anyways...and it got hot anough, the plastic lines would melt too. Kay i'll get some kinda tape to try and fix it, thanks guys!!
I saw it in passing at an AutoZone store. Didn't stop to look at it so I don't know what it entails or includes. But it was black plastic vacuum tubing. Will most definitely take a return trip to look at it.
The MAP sensor is the #1 sensor that the engine uses to determine how much fuel to inject. If there are restrictions between the intake manifold and the MAP that could cause problems. A bad MAP sensor could also.
Kay...i was just on the fiero store...i noticed that there is supposed to be a gasket from the egr valve to the cross over pipe...i recently took that apart and im pretty sure it didnt even have a gasket on my end....could that be my issue???
Im out at Falcon lake right now so a couple hours away from my Fiero, but im thinking this might be the closest thing that makes sense for what im experiencing...lack of power...code 32, and my engine sounds "meaner" than usual...an exhaust leak will make the engine sound louder yes? lol...
Hey guys, so i replaced a few gaskets around my EGR. My performance has increased and the stumbling issue has resolved itself about 80-90 percent, but its still not perfect. if i REALLY quick shot the throttle it still wants to stumble. So im thinking maybe there is another leak somewhere else? One of my exhaust pipe brackets near the tail pipe end broke and its hanging, so maybe there is another point where the air is leaking???