Engine starting puzzle
First let me say that i'm new to Eclipses and the 420A engine.
I'm not new to cars and fuel injection.
My project car is a 95 Eclipse RS, A/T (going to be my daughter's first car) Car started and ran okay when i got it, had bad rings and low compression. so continued on to do a complete engine rebuild. Now the engine is back in it's happy home, but have come across a starting problem.
At first, the engine ran good, then mysteriously quit running (long story short, out of fuel...DOH...) Put gas in it and it fired it up hence the following:
1)Started, ran rough, found #4 injector leaking - replaced all injector O-rings
2)Started, ran rough, found Fuel line inlet leaking - replaced O-Ring 3)started, ran rough, started checking plugs and connectors - engine died
4)Now won't start....
Here is what I know:
*getting a little over 40psi at the fuel rail when cranking.
*fuel getting into cylinders (fouling out the plugs)
*getting spark at coil packs and spark plugs
*Tested TPS - good
*Tested IAC - good
*Tested MAP - good
*Tested Engine Coolant Sensor - good
*Tested CPS - good
*Tested CAS - Good
*Tested Coil pack - good
*Double checked timing belt and alignment - good
*Replaced spark plugs again, and gap accordingly
*Replaced Fuel and ASD Relay
*replaced Fuel filter, fuel pump
*Compression - good
got 4 of each of the sensors from junkyards, just to have spares...they all have tested good...
Any thoughts?? Anything I obviously missed??
Video of engine running before initially running out of gas