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Engine stalls #6 cylinder not fueling. Replaced fuel injector, plugs and wires. Checked compression. All good. Removed injector rail and placed #4 injector plug on #6 and injector started fueling. Placed #6 wire back on #6 injector and it stopped working. #6 on #4 injector causes #4 to fail. What makes #6 injector be the only injector that won't work?

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    Jeff Turcotte Oct 07, 2010

    the wire or connector is bad, right?

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Sounds to me that you need a computer since the injector gets its signal from the computer. You can get a noid light from auto parts store to test the wire attached to the injector. The light should flicker when cranking the car. No flicker chances are you need ecm.

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