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Old 12-12-2006, 05:39 AM   #1
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hey everybody, i'm kinda new to this forum and i have a problem, my 90 sse kept blowing fuel injector fuses, and now it wont even start at all it cranks but wont turn over, and i need to get it fixed without breaking the bank and before winter classes start. If you guys know anything or can direct me to previous posts that would be awesome. any help would be appeciateted and thank you in advance.
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I bet you have a short in your injector wiring.
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how would i go about finding that out?
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WIth an Ohmeter. The injector should have a power and a ground wire. Make sure the power wire is entirely isolated from the ground all the way back to the fuse.
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Anytime a fuse blows the voltage wire has a short to ground somewhere. Inspect all the wiring to see if your touching metal anywhere. If its a short in the injector You could also unplug all the injectors and see if the fuse doesn't blow. Then plug each one in one at a time checking the fuse each step of the way. When it blows, this is the injector/ circuit thats at fault.
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i'll check it out a.*.a.p. thanks
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