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Fuel injector problem

I have a 1987 toyota four wheel drive. I have have just rebuilt the head and the lower block. now I'm in process of installing the engine. everything was going great untill I noticed that I never marked the fuil injectors during removal. I have four sets of wires. The color codes are as follows:
a: two injectors with white wires with a red stripe,and a yellow wire.
b, two injectors with one blue wire and one white wire,

Can you tell me what color coded injectors goes to what cylender, or how do I know which one goes where. It;s a 1987 toyota 4 wheel drive land cruiser typle modle 22r. fuel injected.

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Red and white with yellow go to #1 and #3.
blue and white go to #2 and #4

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