Question about 1985 Dodge Conquest
You can disconnect 1 of the wiring connectors to the fuel injectors one at a time, and hook up a noid light into the wiring connector, and then turn ignition on, and watch for the noid light to flicker, this will show you that there is electricity going to the fuel injector, if this all checks out, then you can also use a mechanics stethoscope , and place the probe onto each fuel injector with the wiring connected, and then crank the engine, to see if you hear a clicking noise coming from the injectors, the injector that has liitle or no sound is the bad one.
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