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There is a fuse panel located behind the left hand side of the instrument panel. Check to see if the fuel injector fuse is good. Should the fuse look good then it is time to get out the multi meter or test light and diagnose the harness. I have put up a diagram and a description of the the points to check. Sometimes it comes down to diagnosing. Check the fuse first.
Fusible link C, Fusible link G, Fusible link J, Fusible link P, Fusible link R supply power to the EFI system.
Fuse Link A: At LH Strut Tower.
Fuse Link B: At LH Strut Tower.
Fuse Link C: LH Side Of Engine Compartment, At Starter Relay.
Fuse Link D: LH Side Of Engine Compartment, At Starter Relay.
Fuse Link E: At LH Strut Tower.
Fuse Link F: LH Side Of Engine Compartment, At Starter Relay.
Fuse Link G: Front Of LH Strut Tower, In Tape Out To C107.
Fuse Link H: At LH Strut Tower.
Fuse Link J: LH Side Of Engine Compartment, At Starter Relay.
Fuse Link P: LH Rear Of Engine Compartment, In Tape Out To C106.
Fuse Link R: LH Side Of Engine Compartment, At Starter Relay.
Fuse Panel: Behind LH Side Of Instrument Panel, Right Of Steering Column.
Probably much faster than waiting for a diagram, you can use a test light or volt meter to probe the back side of each fuse without even removing them.... there is an opening behind each connector in the part of the fuse that faces you when it's installed. All fuses should have power with the key and lights turned on. any fuse that does not show power at both ends is bad. (entire test takes less than ten minutes) Then, when you have the time, get yourself another cover at any scrapyard...probably costs about a dollar or two!!