@joetheeskimo wrote:Potenitally fixed it....kind of.
Previously when the engine would idle the wideband o2 guage would read around 15 (amber indicator on gauge), thus running rich.
Now ive potentially fixed it after 20 seconds of starting it now reads around 13.5 which is good i beleive as the gauge shows it as green rather than amber.
The connector i had plugged into the water temp sensor was a white connector, i believe it should have been the red connector. The red connector was previouslly fitted to the sensor fitted directly under throttle bodies to the IACV (i think).
I have fitted a resistor to the temperature sensor loom connector and measured it at the ECU connecotr (when disconnected from the ECU) and it reads the correct value. However when plugged into the temperarure sensor it does not read any value. THis leads me to believe the sensor is faulty as it reads open circuit thus needs replacing.
However this should hopefully be the all the wiring issues sorted. except the oil gauges not working.
That's interesting, it sounds like you have isolated everything up to the sensor.
Have you checked resistance across the temp sensor when the engine is both cold and warm?
Can you back probe the sensor and check voltage across it?