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I know there is gas getting to the injectors cause I cracked the lines a few times and there is always pressure on them. I also know that the fuel pump is pumping correctly. When I pour gas directly into the intake the car will start up and run till that gas runs out.Everything is working correctly,except the injectors will not put the gas into the motor. Any ideas???????


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an easy test is to get a noid light from a parts store about 6 bucks , it will plug in to your injector plug on the wiring harnes, then you just pull the ignition coil wire off (to keep it from starting) and it will pulse if there is current going to them....it is very hard to catch the pulse w/ a volt meter, and it would have to be an analog one if it was, the pulses are so quick. if you are getting flash then clean all the contacts and try starting the car. if you have a buddy you can take a large screw driver and touch the blade to the injector and the handle right behind your ear and listen for the tick tick of the injectors.....if you dont get a pulse from the noid light check the pick up system in the distributer....good luck

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Have someone crank your engine while you listen to the handle of a long screwdriver with the tip placed against the fuel injector near the connector. If you hear clicking, it should be injecting fuel. If you do not hear clicking on all six injectors, then they are not getting a signal. Check your fuel injection relay next. That may be the trouble. Just replaced mine on my 78.
 
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