Question about 1990 Mitsubishi Galant
Sounds like injectors are not firing, check fuse of the injectors, check voltage of injectors if fuse is okay, voltage should be around 5V. If okay, you can check the ground side of injectors with a noid lite. If voltage is there, and no ground side, computer issue, or bad wiring. A good scanner can see if the injector voltage is okay.
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