"stig" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in news:HM6dnTX2NuCl9pjeRVn-
> . It appears that there is no spark, but since it
> always starts
What is the evidence? How did you test for spark?
Borrow OR buy a cheap timing light and have it ready.
One thing you HAVENT mentioned is adjusting fuel delivery while cranking.
What's the effect of pedal to floor; or pumping the accelerator?
Pedal to floor will overcome leaky injector syndrome, which is a
possibility but not the ONLY cause, which could also be the tps.
You also havent mentioned the TPS; unlike the TFI (which only needs
serviced), and most other sensors, the TPS IS a wear item and should be
replaced if it's the original. Echlin is a good mfr
Another tip: If it's having this fit, turn off key, and disconnect the MAF
connector. If it then starts, clean the MAF and see if it reoccurs.
Also if your TPS is flaky then checking driveability without the MAF will
point it out.
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You've fallen into the worst of traps.
Apparently you've spent well over $750 attempting to solve this.
On the plus side, you might have replaced some of those anyway..