I asked back on Reply 13 if the chip was matched to the injectors but got no response.Says TT chip and injectors so I would "assume" they are new and matched to the chip...
A lot of new turbo Buick owners lately , 90% of the time when they figure out whats involved with owning these cars they say fuck this shit and bail out and re sell it, i've seen it happen for 30 years, my car guy friends say damm you still have this friggin thing lolThere seems to be a trend developing..
OP asks for help.
Help is provided.
Op does not see, or ignores the help.
Questions continue to be posted.
Problem continues on.
This appears to be seen on most all the car forums, not only here.
A guy goes to the doc. "Doc, I'm having big problems seeing".
Doc: Your tests say you need glasses, and cataract surgery.
Ignores the doc, can't see shit, drives in a snowstorm at midnight, and gets taken out by a snow plow.
How's that for a comparison!
I can go you one up on that. I've talked to countless people thinking of buying a TR...and after 10-15 minutes explaining what they're getting into, they bail on the idea of owning a TR...and they've thanked me for being honest. Most should stick to a distributor and carb. I put myself through school as an auto tech and apprenticed as an automotive machinist. At that point in time turbocharging was just coming out, and I'm the first to admit these cars were a steep learning curve for me. I always do my utmost to help people as I want them to have a positive experience with these cars, but for those who won't listen, then myself and the others here on the board can't help them.A lot of new turbo Buick owners lately , 90% of the time when they figure out whats involved with owning these cars they say fuck this shit and bail out and re sell it, i've seen it happen for 30 years, my car guy friends say damm you still have this friggin thing lol
EXACTLY!!Most should stick to a distributor and carb. I
Everything was flushed.So it sat for 30 years. I hope the entire fuel system and I mean everything had been replaced and or flushed b/f attempting to start. If not, you may have sent a bunch of crude into those brandy new injectors.
EXACTLY what I've experienced with the tester.I know OP noted the coilpak & ign module were swapped out. swapped out with known good units? or swapped with other units on-hand with similarly unknown condition because you have no tools to test them. haphazard parts swapping gets expensive if you're guessing rather than finding the failed part the first time.
coilpak or not...I did some screen shots of my video to show the two conditions I noted above.
at low rpm, the 2-5 coil had intermittent spark or was dead. pic below.
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at high rpm, the 2-5 coil came back to life while the 3-6 coil dropped out dead. see pic below...
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perhaps this is the scenario the OP is encountering. or even just one part of it where a coil dies at certain rpm.
I'd take the TR6 out of the equation and see what happens.He's running a TR6. I believe the headers are glowing at idle.