Question about 1995 Mazda MX-3
You cold have a bad injector, the best thing to do is to swap out the injector with another injector like #2 injector and see if cylinder #2 get's no fuel. If there is no fuel in to #2 then you need to replace the injector, if #3 still has no fuel then it's going to be the wire harness to the #3 injector that is bad. If there is an Auto Zone you can loan out a fuel injector node that will indicate if there is power to the injector harness which would indicate a bad fuel injector so you don't have to swap out the injectors twice. Good luck and hope this helps you get your car running 100% soon.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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