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ea81 to ea82 swap *sticky?*

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#51 Subafreak


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Posted 21 December 2003 - 09:41 PM

Looking at the wiring diagram it seems simple enough, If it was running off carb cleaner then we could assume everthing else was hooked up right. There are three wires to the trigger side of the coil: the wire from the dist to fire the coil, the wire to the tach, and the wire to the ECM that tells the injectors to fire. Did you test to see if you had a pulse going to the ECM wire for the injectors? My diagram shows no resistors anywhere on the injector circut. The power side of the injectors is wired in with the fuel and Ign. relays to constant battery power. If everything inticates that the injectors should be firing then it might be time to start checking for faulty items (ie. injectors or computer).

Well let me know when your ready to try it again.

#52 MilesFox


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Posted 21 December 2003 - 10:12 PM

maybe it has something to do with the shielded wire you asked about a while back?

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