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Is there any way to check the injector harness to make sure that it is getting the correct voltage, any voltage, to get the injectors to fire correctly? Does anyone know what the voltage is supposed to be? Can I just hook up a voltmeter to both prongs on one of the injector plugs?

All the wiring in the engine bay was taken out to paint the car. Everything is now back together. The car will crank but won't start. It is getting spark.

I think the injectors might not be firing. I can hear the fuel pump and there is a fuel gauge with an AFPR.

Any help would be great.

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The injectors always have voltage coming in, and the computer grounds them to squirt fuel. They should have battery/alternator voltage.
Double check the wiring of course. Is the TFI hooked up? Check the computer codes for problems.
 

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You can buy a little tool called a "noid light" it plugs into one of the injector clips, turn the motor over and it should flash
 
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