After my brother came over and started staring at the engine bay with me for a little bit, he started playing with the injectors and connections. (OEM Ford injectors to fuel the stroker) He thought it was the injectors or the wiring where I soldered the new plugs to the wiring harness. Every time he started to move one of them, the idle would start to straighten out. I took the Jeep to work the other day, and when I started it up before I left, the idle was bouncing. I tried the same thing and no dice. Fast forward to Saturday; I was looking at the connectors again and started moving them around while it was bouncing and it started to have a consistent bad miss. FINALLY a check engine code came up. P0202. Open Circuit on Injector #2. So I started looking at the wiring. Pulled the Ford injectors and connectors and re-installed all of the OEM Jeep connectors and injectors. When I finished, I tested the Ohms between the two wires on each injector. No open connection between any of the wires (positive to negative) on any of the injectors besides #2. Traced the wires all the way to the PCM. If you disconnected the PCM wiring harness, the connection between the wires disappeared. I tested the ohm rating between the wires at the PCM plug to make sure I hadn't "passed" the short in the wire and the wires tested out fine. I checked pin-outs on the PCM between all 6 injectors, and the #2 was the only one that showed a slight short. A little short is all it takes! Had the ohm meter set at the 20k mark and it was showing a 330 on the screen. I assume that would be a 330k ohm resistance, correct? Either way, its got a connection and that ain't supposed to be there!
Long story short, I think I found my issue. I just hope the $300 PCM replacement will fix it! (That's a $169 remanufactured PCM from autocomputerexchange.com PLUS the $100 lifetime warranty) I'll be calling them in the next few hours to get the order placed, and I hope, by the end of the week I'll have a GOOD NEWS update to post up here. Thanks for all of you guys/gals help on this. I appreciate all the input and thoughts.