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E should be an injector fuse. Have you checked that? It should be in the power distribution box.
Posted on Nov 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
injector pulse is just controlled by the ecm or computer as some would say,u said u replaced wires? did u have a fire or melt wires? ecm is known to go bad on these,had a few of these trucks back in the day.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
I had this problem too exept I have no clue what parts or blah b;ah blah. I just know that my coil pack was getting fried.burnt out because my wires were bad. The mechanic I went to was a moron because I took the car to him 3 times and he kept saying it was the coil ad kept replacing it. I took it to my uncle and he said my wires were in horrible shape and when this is the problem it fries your coil making your car run like a lawn mower! Well all i did was replace my wires and the car ran great! Well I hope this helped..
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
SOURCE: 94 s10 2.2 won't start
sounds like an electrical issue either not getting power to it or a bad ground you checked all the connections and fuses 1 st ? the O B C shouldn't have been the issue did you check to ensure the fuel pump cutoff switch had not engaged during installation of something find the cable and pull it usually in the trunk on the passengers side visible or behind the cloth panel trim usually has a yellow handle pull that to release the cut out feature
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
The very first thing that you should do after finding a cylinder mis-fire that can not be easily explained such as a fouled spark plug, is to take a compression test especially of the mis-firing cylinder to be certain that the mis-fire is not caused by a mechanical problem, and I have seen people spend a lot of time and money trying to hunt down an electrical problem when the actual problem was a mechanical one, and no electronic part will repair a burnt or bent intake or exhaust valve.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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