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No power to injectors

We took a 4.3 out of a 92 s10 and put it in a 1991 s10 we changed the motor ,wiring harness under hood, tranny ,rearend fuel tank and lines ,and the comp behind glove box now everything works except the injectors im not getting any power to them

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  • jgood74179 Dec 13, 2008

    checked fuses and injectors are plugged thanks for your help



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Are they plugged in?
check the fuse

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