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Could be a grounded wire. Fuses usually blow when there is an overload or when a 'hot wire' is being grounded somewhere. Check all the wiring at the injectors and try to trace back to the wiring harness.
They are powered from the ignition switch (12volts). There is a fuse for them. When you turn the car on one wire at the injectors should have 12 volts. The other wire goes to the ECM and the ECM is what grounds the injectors to open and let fuel threw. This can be checked with a noid light or a volt meter.
I PUT A 350 1500 V8 MOTOR IN MY CHEVY CAPRICE. GAS IS GETING UP THREW THE LINES INTO THE INJECTORS BUT.NOTHING COMES OUT THE INJECTORS??? NOW ONE SIDE SPRAYS..... WITH THE GREEN AND RED WIRE. BUT THE OTHER SIDE WITH THE...BLUE N GREEN WIRE NOT SPRAYING UNLESS I TOUCH IT WITH A WIRE FROM MY BATTERY POST (POSSITIVE POST) WHAT TO DO???
You need to keep testing the wire back till you find power and fix what ever is stoping the power from getting to the injector.
The power for the fuel injectors comes from fuse 11. Fuse 11 gets it power from the ignition switch. The wire at the ignition switch is pink. The power going to the ignition is a red wire witch come from a fusable link.
Check out your oil sending unit, fuel pump and relay, check for power (might be a fuse), the ignition control module (which if you remove it, can be tested for free at AUTO-ZONE), any related wiring, pick-up coil (inside the distributor), and possibly the ignition switch. If I can be any more help just as away.