I didnt degree the cam. I felt comfortable with where things were at as I spun the engine and watched the timing chain go around and the #1 piston hit TDC. Its possible that I am off one tooth, but again, the odd thing with this new engine is that it is acting exactly like the old engine and that engine was completely stock without anyone opening it up.I noticed you listed your cam specs, was the cam indicated and degreed to the manufactures recommended timing or just set to gear marks?
There are a couple things that the reader never has been able to read. The IAT is one of those. I read that if the IAT shows something like -40, it is basically saying it cant read that or doesnt have the capability to read that with OBD1. As far as the Baro goes, I am at a pretty high elevation in northern Utah. I dont know what to think about the VSS. It may be one that cant be read or it may be something with the wiring. I will check that. With the ECT showing things a little cooler, I took the truck out pretty quick and didnt give it as much time as I probably should have to warm up before taking it for a drive. The EGR is making me think it could be the issue. I will do what Curtis said and test that.Latest PDF posting shows IAT at -40, Baro at 25"hg Vss at 0 all frames. EGR at 51% at some point. ECT never over 150*.
missing iat sensor?
Baro should be more like 28-29 unless he is in Denver.?
EGR should work as cutris73 described
ECT indicates engine not reaching operating temp.