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Help, injectors not firing. 2006 CDI

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Voltage is far too high I think for most noid lights. 

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I went picked up a friends Snap On Solus scanner, it gave me a few more options to play with. I relearned both keys, teach in the transmission and clutch, went through everything and it made no difference. I went through a set of injectors, cleaning them up really well and installed them, still no start.

 

 

 

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Hmmmmm.....?   Dare I say, maybe it's something really really simple that you and we have overlooked?  

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2 hours ago, Willys said:

Hmmmmm.....?   Dare I say, maybe it's something really really simple that you and we have overlooked?  

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Probably, but I have wasted too much time messing with this thing. I’m done with it. 

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my experience with problem jobs is sometimes stepping away for a day or two helps a lot more 

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i am left in suspense here,  did you take a brake from it?  find the problem?  or give up.  just curious.

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