Alright I took off all my spark plugs again and gapped them correctly. I applied dielectric grease to the plugs, inside the wire connection to the plug, and on the coil connections as well.
I tested my coils, from top to bottom the readings I got were 5.69, 5.74, and 5.8.
After some fumbling I finally was able to put the tester ends into the TPS and hold them steady and connected with one hand so that I could move the throttle with the other. I ran up and down slowly 3 times. It went from .99-1.00 up to 4.10-4.12 max. Went nice and smothe.
I did not check under my coils because I didn't have scrap wire, and also I haven't figured out how to check my MAF yet, I'll have to study that guide some more. (I'm a picture-orientated kinda guy, lol) Might be out of my skill level for now.
As for a possible vacuum leak, I'll look around for how to test for that. Can I not simple buy new tubing, cut and replace all the existing vacuum tubing? It just slides on, right? Also I'm thinking of replacing all the plastic wire cover tubing like you did DAN.
1996 Bonneville SE "Bonee"
Last edited by PaulPool; 05-31-2009 at 11:55 AM.