You bet! One thing though before we start with that. Using your new DMM, make sure that battery voltage does not drop below 9 volts while cranking.MAF check-out:Disconnect the Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor connector. It will be a small 5-6pin connector on the air box. Recheck to see if the engine will then start and idle without stalling.If the engine idles without stalling after having disconnected the MAF sensor, this suggests that the MAF sensor input to the PCM is low either due to the cause of sensing element contamination, failure, or an air induction issue of the inlet tube or air filter element. I would suggest cleaning the MAF sensing element, however this is very sensitive and can only be cleaned with actual MAF sensor cleaner.note! You will set another fault code that may have to be cleared upon plugging the MAF sensor back in.If the issue remains after disconnecting the MAF sensor and starting the vehicle, the next step is to check for potential of electrical interference such as what may be produced from the alternator
or a Coil-On-Plug (COP) unit. This is accomplished by disconnecting the alternator and individual COP units one at a time to determine if the engine will stay running to potentially target a source of electrical interference. However, the ignition coils
are tough to get to and again, you will set additional trouble codes that will even when reinstalled may keep the engine from running correctly. note, do NOT drive the vehicle with a coil unpluggedDue to the fact that the PCM is heavily reliant on the MAF input for engine load calculation, a low input of the MAF could potentially cause the PCM to set these codes.Also, be sure to visually check the wiring, I've seen the sensor wire rub thru on the power steering
fluid reservoir. Again, please feel free to ask any questions you may have.