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Fuel injectors not getting signal to open

I have tried a lot of things to fix this problem but no luck. I need to see if there is a link between the injector and ECU so that i know what is causing the problem. I don't believe it is the ECu because everything else is still working (i.e. air, spark and all other electronics)

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  • Zachary Kloefkorn Feb 23, 2009

    yeah i did check it out....it may be that the camshaft positioning sensor may be out. It controls the fuel while the crank controls the spark. I didn't know that until just now. We tested the injectors and the open and close just has no signal going to them

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I know this is going to sound a little lame but, did you chk. to see if there is a fuse for the injectors.

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But if the feed wire from the crankshaft position sensor or the camhaft position sensor is dead then the sensor is bad or you have a broken timing belt. A good sensor will not work if the camshaft is not turning.

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