I've been trying to get my Galant running for years now. It was running fine then one day it just stalled and it hasn't really run again since. It would try to spit and sputter but now it just turns over. It just fouls out spark plugs and floods the cylinders.
I've checked injector pulse at each injector and am getting one long pulse initially followed by several short pulses(2-3ms according to aem). I've removed all the spark plugs, grounded them, then turned the cas. The spark plugs seem to be firing twice as much as normal(as compared to a stock module) using an AEM v2 and have switched to dsmlink v3 for testing. I got the car to start very briefly on v3 the other night, but wouldn't start the next day. It would only run on 1 cylinder with the throttle floored, fouled plugs again. I've tried all the obvious ignition stuff, cas, ignitor, coil, mpi relay. I've replace the connectors for the cas, tps, coil and isc with NEW connectors. I sent in my injectors (id 1000's) and they were perfect. Even installed the original engine and still the same stuff. I've ohmed all my engine harness from the module to each component and haven't found any issue. I've performed a loaded bulb test on all my power circuits on the harness and it always lights the bulb brightly. The only glimmer of hope I had was that I replaced the spark plugs some time ago with new ones and it ran for a couple of minutes, then fouled out the plugs again. I've drained and refueled the tank twice. As far as I can tell all the sensors appear to be reading correctly(using an AEM 5 bar map), tested using AEM and a vacuum pump. Shows 200 rpm while cranking, IAT and ect correlation seems correct(close to ambient temp). I've referenced a couple of posts on here with similar issues. One post the guy had wired his maf connecter wrong, the other guy had a poor wire repair done previously. I'm not sure where to go from here, thinking of crushing the car now.
I've got a couple of logs but I'm not sure how to upload them.
Been close to 5 years since I've actually driven my car. It's starting to wear on me.
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