The baro sensor is reading 12.6, the exhaust back pressure is reading 12.6 and the manifold absolute pressure is 12.3...all at KOEO. I am around 4500 feet above sea level. Is that .3 difference on the MAP a bad thing?What's the baro sensor read? If you're not up in the clouds, then Your intake is actually pulling a vacuum. You're exhaust pressure and VGT numbers are also way off. Not really sure if that's a symptom or cause yet.
We need better data on the vgt%. It should be around 85 at idle and 15 under full load. Also find the egr position and make sure that's not stuck. It should be either close to zero or close to 5 with koeo. I forget how its wired, but either zero or 5 is closed.
First thing is koeo compare the baro, exhaust pressure and manifold absolute pressure. They should all be the same. That'll eliminate a bad sensor.
The VGT duty cycle is about 80% at idle and 0 at KOEO. I'll check it under heavy load this afternoon and report back with numbers.
The EGR position at KOEO and at idle is 0. I just cleaned it and replaced the gasket and I-rings a couple days ago while troubleshooting. I did also cleaned the EBP sensor and tube and MAP sensor tube the same day. None of which had much build up and nothing really changed after cleaning and inspecting them all.
What else would cause the accelerator pedal to not operate while in gear? It works in park but the response is slower, but absolutely dead while in gear until fully warmed, then responds a very little..not drivable though