1992 Olds 98 Driving Me INSANE Now FLOODING
I have a 92 Olds 98 with 80k on it. It has the 3.8 NA engine in it, level ride, and the electronic ac control. The other day I was driving and it died on my I kept trying and trying to restart it finally after a few minutes it did. It was fine for about a week. Then easter sunday I went to the bakery came back home parked it and then about a half hour later I went out to start it and it fired right up got to the top of the drive way and died. I got it restarted and it started reving itself to up and down, then just held high rpms and then died. I checked under the hood and we have spark on all 6 coil terminals while cranking. I assumed it was a lack of fuel, I called the auto parts store and ordered a cam sensor. It came today. But before I installed it I decided to see what would happen if I canked it It didnt start, then I held the gas pedal to the floor to try a clear flood, after a lot of cranking the car started and ran fine. I shut it down and put the cam sensor in anyway, after installing it it ran good again. I shut the car off about an hour later I tried to start it and it wouldnt start. I tried putting the pedal to the floor got it to start but if I didnt keep it almost floored at high rpm it would die. Finally I let off and it stalled. When it did the check engine light was flashing and so was the "HOT" light. After that I tried starting it one more time and it would just studder but not start. Also I noticed when you turn the ignition on and all the bulb tests come up, the check engine light comes on and goes out so fast if your not loking for it you wont see it. Usually it stays on until the car is cranked. Also I tried shorting pins A and B on the ALDL to see if I could get some blink codes and the check engine light wouldn't come on or blink. Do I possibly have a bad ECM? I hate to condemn it for no reason.
About a month ago I replaced the magnivox ignition coils and module, also tuned it up, now I also replaced the cam sensor.