did you check for sparks at the plug wires ?
thats my next move. ran beautifully right up to the fuel pump fail so I didnt even think of that till this am.
well if you have fuel pressure then you have to look somewhere else
did you check the pressure at the fuel rail at the engine
unfortunately I do not have a fuel pressure meter
ok if you remove the fuel line at the rail and crank the engine do you get fuel from the line
ok so you need to check sprak
and injector operation
Ok spark first, then what, maybe air flow? the air filter is new, air sensor is clean, maybe something else.
I will be back.
don't think air flow would be a problem
as long as the filter is not clog
check sparks and injector operation
also remove the distributor cap and crank the engine and make sure the distributor rotor is turning
got the beast to run, but it appears to have a problem when it heats up. ran it for 10 minutes, drove it around up to 40mph and it just quit. Let it sit with the hood open for 20 and it started again, then quit again when I got back in my driveway (2 minutes). this appears to be something to do with heat maybe. any ideas?