Originally Posted by 92olds88royale
Still working on it i have absolutely no vaccum leaks i went and ordered all new vaccum line and that junction box looking thing behind the throttle body where all the lines go into and everything is fine there. Now im looking at the fuel system considering that all the plugs looked lean it means the car is either getting too much air or not enough fuel. Im going to buy some new injectors tomarow and see what happens. Think thats a good idea?
I really can't advise you to spend that kind of money when you are not sure that it will solve the problem.
You may think you have no vacuum leaks that you can locate externally, but that doesn't mean you don't have a gasket that has failed somehwere on the intake manifold that is causing the problem.
It would be more cost effective to attach a vacuum gauge to the intake manifold and report what the gauge reads at idle and with the oil cap off. We can then compare that to a similar engine in good running condition. If the values are the same, then we can eliminate vacuum leaks as the cause of your problem, and begin to look at other components and systems.
One injector will cost you a whole lot more than a vacuum gauge. And you should be able to buy one almost anywhere, even at a Wal Mart.
BTW, "getting too much air" is just what we would expect from a vacuum leak.
Just trying to save you money and frustration here.