1989 Chrysler New Yorker chokes out

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    1989 Chrysler New Yorker
    Replaced fuel pump, plugs wires, coil, distributor, fuel filter The engine was changed before I got it with a 3.0L from an 88 Dynasty. The wires on cylinders 3 and 5 were reversed and it ran like this for some time. The issue i am having with it is When it has been running and fully warmed it "It wont start" It will fire and stop. After multiple attempts it will start with the gas petal too the floor. Sounds like it can't breath. Will sputter and pit then finally rev up. Since it sat all winter it will idle rough until warmed up.

    Could this be a MAP sensor problem? I have cleaned the throttle body out and the fuel is not old in it. The oil sending unit is defective but oil pressure is fine " had it checked"

    Any suggestions would be appreciated.
     
    Alex, Mar 19, 2016
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