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jim gramms

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I TESTED THE 2 GREY WIRES BY REMOVING THEM FROM THE AUXILARY INJECTORS ON THE RAMSHORN AND PLACED 2 NOIT LIGHTS ON THE END OF THE WIRES. I PLACED THEM ON THE WINDSCREEN AND WENT FOR A DRIVE. AFTER 3500 REVS THEY BOTH CAME ON AND STAYED ON.
WENT BACK AFTER THE TEST DRIVE BECAUSE THE ENGINE WAS STILL MISSING AT HIGH REVS AND NOW CONNECTED THE TWO WIRES BACK ON THE INJECTORS.
WENT FOR THE SECOND TEST DRIVE AND GUESS WHAT NO MISS AFTER 3500 REVS AND SIDEWAYS IN THIRD GEAR.
THE PROBLEM DISAPPEARED WHEN THE ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN CAME WITH ME ON THE TEST DRIVE.

MAY BE THE CONTACTS WHERE LOOSE OR BAD EARTH.
BACK FOR ANOTHER DYNO NEXT TUESDAY.


THANKS TO ALL THAT HELPED WITH THE REPLY

JIM GRAMMS
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grapeknutz

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Could it be the injector driver in the ECM is giong bad?
 

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Could it be the injector driver in the ECM is giong bad?


The ecm has nothing to do with the micro fueler. The supplemental injectors work independent of all the other injectors, and is boost activated.
 

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