A lot of info - thanks. I'll see what I can do. I do need some clarification though on some things. Thanks for hanging in with me.
Are you sure that the MAP sensor was not damaged during all of this work and has a good vacuum source? (Good seal or vacuum hose)
Are you refering to the MAP sensor that is on top of the PCV valve? I can tell you that a little piece of the rubber seal is ripped off. It'* right on the end of the sensor though - were it touches the one end of the PCV valve. I actually wrapped a little teflon tape around it to insure it was making a tight seal. I don't see any vacuum lines going to it. Just a electrical connector. Am I looking at the right thing here?
You should use a vacuum gage on one of the manifold vacuum ports to confirm the scan readings
I'll have to get a vacuum gauge. Can I use ANY vacuum line, like the evap lines?
Again, my software (Proscan 5.1) will not read the TPS voltage. I only have the intro level package. I can't read the IAC counts either. I'll work on getting those scanned somewhere and try to get that info for you. I have replaced the TPS...it'* brand new. I also have the old (orginal oem) one too. The last MAF sensor reading I got today was .505302 lbs/min. Don't know if that helps or not.