It will be tomorrow before I can check that. I will check power to the injectors and let you know what I find out.
I believe you're right about the need for checking power to the injectors, but when I finally got around to the project I can't see any way to get to the injector harness except by removing the upper intake manifold. This appears to be a lot of work just to get to a connector to check for power.
If I'm correct the check is to determine one of several things
The PCM may be bad....the fact that the check engine light comes on and I can access it with a scanner I don't believe that's the case.
The injectors may be bad and I feel there is just no way all six injectors went bad at once overnight.
The wiring harness from the PCM could be bad.
The crankshaft positioning sensor may be bad.
I believe I should take a chance and replace the CPS. This seems the most likely suspect and for $20 and less time than it take to get to the injector harness it's worth a try.
What do you think, is this worth a try?
From the info you supplied I was able to track the problem to the crankshaft positioning sensor being bad. Once it was replaced the car started right up. I really appreciate your help. THANKS
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