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THE ECM DOES PROVIDE THE TRIGGER FOR THE INJECTORS BUT IT ALSO MONITORS THE SIGNAL FROM THE SECONDARY IGNITION---THE ECM MAY BE THE PROBLEM AS WELL AS THE INJECTORS OR RELATED WIRING
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Those ECM fuses are the ones that power up the ECM and in turn, power the injecters. You will know the ECM is powering when the check engine light starts working. My guess is the problem lies in that rewiring job they did. It's the right area. Your just going to have to some wiring research to get to the bottom of the problem. I'm going to give you a schematic and you'll have to use that to track down the problem. You may need some help if your not familiar with electrical circuits. I've done about all I can do for you by pointing you in the right direction. The rest is up to you. I'd appreciate it if you would click on the accept button to complete the transaction.
So you want to blame me because you screwed up? I told you the computer not working was the problem and to find out why. I said the fuse was the most common reason. I have no way of factoring in "man made" failures. Blame your mistakes on somebody else!
AND THAT'S FREE ADVICE!
I guess on top of now being able to follow instructions, you can't read either. Here is an excerpt from my last post.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I'll say it one more time. If the check engine light does not come on when the key is turned on, the computer is not working. Find out why. It's usually a fuse problem but if you put a used computer in there, anything is possible