Originally Posted by 134isfast
i am having the same problem have you managed to find out the fault ??
OK. Here's what they found. There was a blown LOWER intake gasket(there is an upper and a lower gasket). With this it would flood cold or warm. After it was replaced then it would do it again when warmed up. This time they found a problem in the wiring harness under the air filter on the lines that fed to the ECT (Engine Coolant Temperature sensor)& the IAT (Intake Air Temperature sensor). They also replaced the sensors while they were at it.
We now have a problem with either the fuel pump or the harness feeding it. This thing has been a lot of trouble so far.