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No power to one injector

I swaped wiring harnesses , no power to one side does each injector have a fuse?

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  • btfr87 Dec 02, 2008

    no, i only swapped the harness to be sure it was the wiring and not the injector. one side gets no electric. i need to know if each injector wiring has its own fuse

  • btfr87 Dec 02, 2008

    Let me explain better. Fuel is not coming out of one injector, so I took the wires off the injector that was working and put them on the one that wasn't, then it worked. Now I need to find out why there is no power going to those wires.

  • tiinah718 Mar 10, 2009

    one side of the injector is not working? what do i do? n how can i fix it?

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No, you got to be careful of the wiring harness you get for your car or truck . The slightest differs in years, motor size , and trans. will keep it from functioning right. the computers differ from year to year

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