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How much voltage should i be getting from my injector plug either starting or key on,on my 1992 toyota camry4 cylinder

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Posted on Jul 26, 2009

  • Steve Hurc
    Steve Hurc Jul 26, 2009

    should have power on both wires when checking with test light and ignition on engine not running.

    engine ECU grounds one of these wires which makes injector open.

    can test with diode test light should be on but flickering when engine running or proper test noide light which plugs into injector connector when disconnected



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