This is a dumb question but, can you tell me where the injectors are located so I can check them.
There is power to the fuse
I don't see power in either case. The light does not go on
The fuel pump runs when the key is turned on
is there some sort of shut off on the gas as a safty precaution?
or is there a shut off on the injectors.
I think your right, I just pulled apart the wire harness. Each injector has a separate set of wires running to it. I cut one set of wires and both were dead. (blue and a light gray) Is there any trick to getting the far end of the relay box to detach from the car. End closest to the driver.
There is a lot of corrosion on this car. I am going to replace the relay as well just in case, and try the power jumper wire from the battery you spoke of. I will try to tackel this in the morning.
Question, if each injector is to push gas in each cylinder at a specific point in the cylinder's rotation then if I run one power cable from the fuel pump relay to all the injectors how will that work.
I have run a new power. I checked it and it does have power when I turn the key on. I connected three of the four injectors to the new power. And still the cylinders will not fire. Any ideas. I also check the fuel pump relay and that is fine.
To my surprise, when you connect the positive to the ground there is a connection and the circuit tester light does go on.
So are you saying that the injectors are working? If that is true why is the car not working?