thetriksta99 wrote:ok so i changed the coils, and the fuel is clean. just drove it again to find that full open throttle actually goes alright, even with low revs pulling up a hill. here is a scenario: trying to climb a hill in second from about 2000rpm with about 30-80% throttle causes loss of all power and forces you to change back to 1st. but if you punch it to the floor it picks up and starts to haul ass. that it a massive flat spot if you ask me!
just tested ohms on the tps switch and it seems to ramp up/down consistanty. I will disonnect the battery now and try the 24hour thing next. also the local mechanic tried to find fault codes with a snap-on scan tool and it would not communicate with the ECU :/
mow44u wrote:I had a massive flatspot in my old 3RZ-FE (2.7)
I changed the leads and plugs, this helped but the flatspot was still there. Checked the timing but it was in good. Cleaned the throttlebody but no difference.
What finaly got rid of it was REPLACING the MAF meter, not just cleaning it!!
Cost around $180 from memory (non genuine). Best bang for you buck I ever got.
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