I've never been able to drive one of my SRA cars against one of my IRS cars on the same course, but I've competed against and driven a lot of SRA and IRS Mustangs. I'm sure many people will disagree with me, but I think it all comes down to driving.I have had it in the back of my mind to look for a side by side comparison video. It's one of those things I never think about when I sit down.
That was the one I tested with the Noid light test when it wouldn't fire and it was getting power. Will try out the ohms. Wouldn't surprise me if it was the injector being all originalYup. Cyl 5 not firing.
Test the injector. Measure resistance across the two prongs if you unplug the connector. Should be 14.4ohms of resistance.
Could also be spark and/or compression related. I assume the port is not blocked so air should be getting in.
Up to you to see which one you tackle first.
Do you they do it anymore?I sent a spare set of Coupe quarter windows to Fox Mustang Restoration a few years back and had them completely replace the outer molding. This is before the price increase and they look like brand new. Still in the box as I am saving them for when I go completely back through the car. I did not want to mess with the whole sand, fill, more filling and all that as I am not a paint and body guy. I saved some money over time and just bit the bullet and had them do it. Worth every penny to me but others may not think so.
Alright that worked. Koeo no codes just 11 and no memory codesPin 46 is sensor ground. You actually want to measure the voltage between 46 and 46.
If it’s running better, dump codes again.
Ok so key on I'm getting .96 to tps and at pin 47 I'm getting .93. Pin 46 I'm getting nothing.Code 63 is your TPS voltage is too low. That means the ECU is reading less than 0.5 volts.
I think you measured 0.9-1V at the TPS sensor, but you shoyld see what you have down at the ECU. With the ECU plugged in and key ON, backprobe pin 47 and 46. Pin 47 is the signal return from the TPS. What do you have here? If oyu have 1V at the sensor, but 0.2v at the ECU, you have a connection problem somewhere.
98 (r): Hard fault present. The PCM is running in FMEM (Failure Effects Management Mode). Something is messed up. I would troubleshoot the code 63 first before proceeding. That may be causing a hard fault (especially if that wire is shorted)
I'm probably doing something wrong but I can't get it to do a balance test. KOEO it's saying 11 for system ok then the 10 separation code and a 63 in the continuous memory for TP circuit fault, below minimum voltage. KOER test it will throw code 98 and 63.You can feed it in moderately. I think the ECU just looks for >50% on the TPS sensor to run the CBT.