Well like the title says my engine seems to be flooding at full power.
If I floor it, it just bogs down and, sometimes even backfires.
Also when I'm accelerating it'll go in and out of power a bit.
Could this be yet another tps that needs replaced?
*update so you don't have to read the whole thread
I have no CEL codes
I have swapped out the CPS and the downstream O2
I have unplugged the TPS, MAP, and the IAC, all of them throw a code and it runs way worse.
I have unplugged the up steam O2 which also makes it run way worse.
My idle is very rough, and if I accelerate any faster than a grandma on her way to church, it'll back fire out of my intake
I knew someone would tell me not to floor it, the fact is; it's a problem that didn't used to be there, and needs fixing. and further more, if I slowly ease into full throttle I will get the same response at the same point in the pedal position (about 3/4" before floored)
My first suspicion would be that the upstream 02 sensor is defective which will cause the computer to set the air-fuel mixture to full rich. Try disconnecting the upstream (just below the exhaust header) 02 sensor and see what happens.
I washed my engine and had the TPS go out? Engine off, Put a VOM on ohms, disconnect the TPS, touch two of the three pins, manualy operate the butterfly, the needle should rise and fall with the butterfly position smoothly
How does unplugging a faulty non-reading O2 sensor change anything?
My money is on TPS and/or O2 sensors.
I'm not sure I understand your question. When i unplugged it, my jeep acted the same for about 2miles, then if you read futher it really started acting up, I plugged the O2 sensor back in, unhooked the battery, and now we're back to square one with the flooding