So, I tested the coils. The secondaries were all 5.5k ohms. The primaries were .8, .6, and .6. The last one would drift down to as low as .3 then go back up to .6 or .8. It mostly ended up at .6 or .5. Should I replace that one? I reinstalled the coils and plugs. Tested the #4 electrical connector to the injector with a bulb , it is getting power. Started it up and noticed that it no longer misses at idle even when I hold the brake and ease the rpm'* up to close to 2000. I'm not out of the woods yet though. Now whenever I give it enought throttle to move the boost gauge towards 0 it starts to bog down. It wasn't doing that before, only missing at idle and low rpm. All that is gone now. Probably from the closed gap on the #5 plug. Oh, I wasn't able to get my hands on a borescope yet. No one that I called rents them and Napa had a sale on one for $158.00. I did vacuum out the cylinder and I ran a magnetic pickup tool inside and didn't find anything. I am going to test the boost actuator. I replaced the boost control solenoid a couple of months ago. Any thoughts?
1995 Bonneville SSEI
1994 Buick Park Avenue