Question about 1992 Isuzu Rodeo
No, but wrong thinking can get you a lot of scathing responses from crabby old mechanics. lol, like me! If you're getting good fuel pressure to, to the "throttle body injection" unit, (it only looks like a carburetor on the outside-it has about 120 fewer pieces inside it. And any form of fuel injection threw carbs into the fossil pile they deserved.)...so you are getting fuel to the injectors if you have fuel pressure in the line.
Have you watched for fuel spray out the bottom of injectors while the car was being cranked over? If so, and you have no fuel coming out, then you need to check the injector circuit. It is a fused circuit, so check first for the injector fuse. There should be an underhood fuse and relay block, so check there. Power for the injectors should be available at the injectors anytime the key is on.
Post back if you need more help. I was only kidding in my first response, cheers.
Posted on Jan 05, 2013
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