Question about Mitsubishi Eclipse
Sounds like the Ecm has went up. It has to be electrical. Unplug a injector and hook up a volt meter. While someone cranks the car you should see voltage show up on the meter. It will not be constant because the injector does not always fire.
You can also run a wire from the battery to the injector. you should hear it click.
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Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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