Question about 1996 Dodge Neon
I have only 1and 2 plusing 3and 4 are not what can cause this
More than likely your injectors are burnt out. You need a digital multimeter to check it out. Unplug the connectors to the injector. Check the resistance it should be around 12 ohms. If the measurement is much higher it is burnt out out. Using a node light, If you don't have a node light you can use a LED with a 1k resistor connected to the anode. Connect that to the injectors wire terminals to see if the computer is providing pulse to it. Caution don't put DC current on injectors by using the battery, you will damaged them. Don't use a regular light bulb to see if the computer is providing pulse, it can damage the computer. The LED light must have a 1k resistor in series with it. This makes it safe to connect to injector terminal.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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