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My 1994 lincoln Continental fuel injector

My fuel injectors are given too much gas ?

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No fuel to injectors....


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You can find NOID at any auto part store to hook up to the connectors of the plug going into the Injector plugs ( like attache image) to check if there is signal from Injector module control or not.

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