Join Date: May 2002
Location: New Braunfels TX
I think that's a fair assumption.
For the injector to actually work, all it needs is power and ground. You've verified power, if you give it ground it should click. IMO it doesn't matter but to be extra prudent disconnect the PCM first as it's the only other thing connected to that injector's ground wire, which also makes it every easy to give that injector ground. Turn the key to on and then just jump it's wire at the PCM's connector to ground listen or feel for it to click.
Assuming it works, either you aren't getting fuel through it b/c the injector or the fuel rail right there is somehow clogged, or the computer isn't providing the ground, or the computer's ground signal isn't getting to the injector.
I think clogging is least likely, not providing ground should have been covered by 2 computers but it is possible you have 2 bad computers, that leaves the signal not getting there. You verified the harness and you only have 1 ohm. What's left is that the injector's ground pin isn't lining up with the computers. Maybe the pin is damaged, or it's in the wrong "spot". You'd need to verify which pin on the ECU is the #1 injector pin, and then make sure that the #1 injector wire is actually in the correct place.
Hope that makes sense.
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