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Fuel injectors do'nt work

I have spark , fuel pressure ,but i'm getting no action from fuel injectors but I do have current getting to them. when I pour gas into the engin it starts up and run until fuel burns up.

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    i have the exact same problem did you resolve it?

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Sounds like a bad Camshaft sensor that controls reference for injector pulse. But first make sure that you have NO blown fuses.eg engine control,injector etc. Contact if you need more help. GOOD LUCK

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