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Old 01-02-2013, 10:14 PM   #21
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he said he has the stock one but there are only 20,000 miles on the new aftermarket one and would be much easier testing pressure than dropping tank and replacing
Absolutely. Easier to pressure test.

I would almost bet on a vacuum leak though. At least from the symptoms.
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Absolutely. Easier to pressure test.

I would almost bet on a vacuum leak though. At least from the symptoms.
vacuum leaks suck so much
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Easy to test!
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Old 01-02-2013, 10:17 PM   #24
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Easy to test!
Explain yourself.
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Old 01-02-2013, 10:19 PM   #25
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You happen to have a good link or instructions on how to do a fuel pressure test? I mean, my google-fu skills have been pretty good lately, just wondering if you had something on-hand.
Get your hands on a fuel pressure gauge and just hook it up inline from the tank to the engine and then cycle the key.
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Just spray a little carb cleaner around and listen to idle. You know that.
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Old 01-02-2013, 10:20 PM   #27
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Just spray a little carb cleaner around and listen to idle. You know that.
I lit my Miata on fire doing that....also chasing a vacuum leak.
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Old 01-02-2013, 10:25 PM   #29
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Can you read the fuel trim? That might at least tell you if it's in the fuel system.
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Old 01-02-2013, 10:27 PM   #30
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I lit my Miata on fire doing that....also chasing a vacuum leak.
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You didnt mention it in the OP but are you dumping huge amounts of fuel? That may narrow down a misfire, fuel leak or injector failure. You could also get some fuel dye and dump it in your fuel tank and see if it comes out anywhere.

My second thought like you is the MAF or maybe even the TB
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You didnt mention it in the OP but are you dumping huge amounts of fuel? That may narrow down a misfire, fuel leak or injector failure. You could also get some fuel dye and dump it in your fuel tank and see if it comes out anywhere.

My second thought like you is the MAF or maybe even the TB
he already cleaned the TB and he is waiting on a MAF to try.
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he already cleaned the TB and he is waiting on a MAF to try.
I know this. I was thinking it might be more mechanical
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If it were MAF he should have. P0171 or P0174 off the top of the head. It will throw off fuel trim adaptions. Also if vacuum leak usually you get a 171 or lean code. Test the throttle body... Gut instinct. If its all electric it's basically a potentiometer. Either way I'd do a couple tanks with techron additive and marvel mystery oil added to fuel and see if it cleans injector pulse. Cheap, easy, non invasive, or BG 44k. I work with supercharged engines every day. Usually if there's power loss or stalling its TB related without throwing faults, or something inside your exhaust is falling apart or collapsing
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My bet would be injectors. My buddies 2001 Tacoma had a messed up injector that would do what you're describing Jason. Only problem with that theory though is you would think it would be sounding and feeling more like a misfire.
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My bet would be injectors. My buddies 2001 Tacoma had a messed up injector that would do what you're describing Jason. Only problem with that theory though is you would think it would be sounding and feeling more like a misfire.
or throwing a code
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Shit dude. I hope you are getting some progress on this beast. Just looking at the list of everything you have done to it for replacement parts we would call that in the auto repair world, a "shotgun" lol.

Honestly just thinking about the fact that the moment you pulled off the supercharger and the problem got better would lead me to believe you are having a fuel delivery problem. Which would send me straight to the filter and the pump. Next time something like this happens, I highly suggest checking for sufficient spark and proper fuel pressure first before you go any further. I wish you the best of luck if you haven't already fixed the problem.

One more thought process to think about:

Put everything back together, take it down to your local emissions inspection station and have them give you some manual readings of the vehicle. Any drivability issues you are having with the rig will rear its ugly head on there, from there I can assist you with pointing you in the right direction of what you should check that may be causing your issues.
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