||Alright guys, I have a couple things that maybe you're infinite wisdom can solve.
I have a 90 N/A 2+2, when I got the car, it had a bad hesitation problem, so I set out to fix it. I found that the EGR had been bypassed, halfway, and several vacuum lines were routed oddly. The EGR solenoid was gone, as well as the solenoid on the driver side (forgot name), the AIV solenoid had been re vacuum routed, not deleted even though the AIVs go into nothing with this aftermarket exhaust. I ended up bypassing it. The vacuum lines were routed completly backwards, and after looking at several diagrams, I routed them correctly. I also installed headers and a pop charger, as well as change the valve cover gaskets at this time. After I got it all back together, it would not idle. I had to physically adjust the throttle stops to get it to idle, the AACV does not work, but it idled before I changed all this. The hesitation is 99% gone, but I don't like the fact I have to have the throttle on to keep it idling, long question I know, but anyone have any ideas?
TL;DR I need help, please help.