i can smell gas and i dont think air is an issue. checked spark plugs for spark, and checked the plug on the coil for power with test light. any other ideas?
The ECT (engine coolant temperature sensor) if malfunctioning will cause a no start. I had a similar issue with my '88 302. And until I changed out the ECT I couldn't even get her to fire up. If the ECT is failing it will either send the ECM a high temp. reading causing less fuel to be sent to the injectors or a low temp. reading causing a flooding of fuel. My was the second. but yours sounds like it is the first. Check it out and let us know the outcome.alright here are the codes i got before it started.
118C- coolant temp sensor above max voltage
113C- air charge temp sensor above max voltage
211C- PIP circuit fault
332C- insufficient EGR flow
ive gotten a few of those before, but i think the PIP is the only one that is relevant at the moment.
im probably going to try and put an order in for the ICM tomorrow from the dealership.