Date registered: Jan 2007
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It's on the left fender, with wires and a vacuum hose running to it from the back of the intake manifold. Be sure that the hose is good.
The only thing you can check is the resistance across the primary and secondary windings. Unplug the connector and measure the primary on the outside terminals. It should read approx. 90 ohms. The secondary, across the inside terminals, should read approx. 350 ohms.
You should also check the air temp sensor in the air cleaner. There should be 300-400 ohms across its terminals. The water temp sensor in the intake manifold should show about 325 ohms with the engine warmed up. If either of these sensors are giving bad readings or are not connected, the brain can go rich, which sounds like what is happening.
Falls Church VA