I just finished doing a bunch of work on my Mustang (replaced all gaskets down to head gaskets on engine, had the heads milled and a valve job done, replaced all the fuel injectors, new fuel injector, new plugs, wires, coil pack, new radiator, and new vacuum hoses).
After all this I am getting a P0172 check engine. Using a bluetooth OBDII and the torque app I checked out the fuel trims while running and noticed they were in the high negatives. On the off chance the MAF was dirty I pulled it and sprayed down the 2 resistors with some electrical contact cleaner and put it back.
Unfortunately I am still seeing LTFT values sitting at around -18 to -20 on both banks when at idle(750ish RPM at idle) if I rev it up the LTFT will steadily get closer to 0 the longer I accelerate but as soon as it steadies out or I go back to idle it goes back to -20.
I replaced The MAF last and still have -18 to -25 LTFT. I reset the ECU after putting the new one in and watched my LTFT and STFT numbers. LTFT started out at 0 as expected but STFT sat at -18 to -20 and as it got acclimated STFT dropped while LTFT got worse to now I am back to small negative STFT and high negative LTFT
Not really sure what could be the culprit at this point as the O2 sensor data looks like the ideal curve for both.
Anyone have an idea of what to check/test?
I have added some Data logs of a short trip where I let it idle in park a while, drove around at 20-45MPH for a couple mins, and then a couple WOT to 65 MPH. They are here.