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1985 300 zx. got fuel to the rail,got spark. will only start after spraying gas into the air channel. then runs very rough and dies. i figure fuse for injectors if such a thing.replaced plugs wires dis-cap.

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Injector relay is the problem there like a large fuse very easy to change

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