- Aug 12, 2021
- Reaction score
- North Idaho
I can't figure out how to open the file or post it. I have 2, they are .csv, .lgf Both of the same log file.
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You could just PM me your email and goI can't figure out how to open the file or post it. I have 2, they are .csv, .lgf Both of the same log file.
Unplug TPS, then attach a long hose onto the working end of a propane torch (Without the torch lit!) And snake it under the intake.How does a guy check for a lower intake leak on the underside of the intake?
When i hook up a vacuum gauge i get 19in and is steady with no needle twitching at all as a guy would suspect from a leak.
Yesterday i changed the MAF and went for a short drive. Did not really change anything.
Today i went for about a 30 mile drive and LTFT was a little higher for the most part -17.85 and had usually been running around -15.XX with the old MAF.
As i was sitting in the driveway letting it idle for a few minutes the LTFT went up over -20.xx and tripped codes P0175 B2 and P0172 B1.
After having the upper intake off about 483 times messing with FPR's and injectors im absolutely positive there are no leaks in hoses or upper intake gaskets.
so i think that could only mean it is leaking on the underside?
Is there any other place i can check first?
I remember that being an issue on my own truck. I took the TPS assembly off and filed a little so it'd indicate actual 0% when closed. Come to find out though my IACV counts were too low too.Don't think it's a intake leak. If i plug the PVC and the engine breather tube it builds pressure at the oil fill tube.
I did find though my TPS is reading -0.4at idle and WOT it reads 84.3 percent.
OK, nevermindWell i think after weeks and weeks and months of trying to fix this i give up.
Never have i ever had a engine i could not fix till this fkr and im tired of messing with it.
Time to move on to something else.