Question about 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier
Well, its probably a fused circuit, so I would suggest you to check the fuse. A shorted injector can shut down the injector drive circuit, so pull off all injector connectors, and yes make sure that the fuse is good, then check for power to the injectors. If you want then you can also have a look at vdo injector(inyector vdo) as they are also good.
Posted on Jan 23, 2019
It's a fused circuit, so check the fuse, probably under hood, labeled injector. A shorted injector can shut down the injector drive circuit, so pull off all injector connectors, make sure fuse is good, then check for power to the injectors. Injector circuit should nave hot wire anytime key is on. Has constant voltage to injectors. When the computer internally grounds the injector ground wire, the injector will pulse.
Posted on Dec 30, 2013
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