Turbobluemiata, you're brilliant. My msq, which is the MSPNP base map
, had the wrong MAP sensor set. I changed it to the MPX4250 - 250 kPA sensor. But, I'm still not getting the car to start.
I spent a few hours today trying to get this thing to come to life. I followed all of my wires and I couldn't find any obvious errors. I couldn't get anyone to help me listen for the injectors and I can't listen while cranking myself. I did get a pop, like a small backfire, at the end of a cranking attempt today. I assume there can't be any pop without fuel, so I have to be getting something from the injectors, right? The msq from that attempt is attached. Does anything in the file jump out as wrong?
I didn't get a chance to test the fuel pump with the FP-GND trick yet, but should be able to pull that off tomorrow.
Joe Perez also suggested that I should confirm that my spark channels are not reversed. I'd hate to unsolder wires if they are correct. Could I get someone to check my work visually?
The MS's IAC2-B output (pin 31 on the DB37) has continuity with pin 4R in the multilock connector.
The MS's IGN output (pin 36 on the DB37) has continuity with pin 4N in the multilock connector.
If I can't get this thing going really soon, I would love to get some help in person. I'm going to drive to Gwinnett/Atlanta on Saturday and Sunday, Nov 15 and 16. My step father lives there and, while he really understands older cars (he spends nearly every weekend working Road Atlanta) and can be a second set of hands, he doesn't know the first thing about MS. He told me that he has been meeting up with a car group on Thursday nights and may be able to get some to assist us. If he can't get some knowledgeable help, would anyone else be available? I can compensate you for your time and expertise.