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Old 04-22-2013, 05:08 PM   #21
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'06 STI/'85 Brat


While you wait, couldn't you use a mechanic's stethoscope on the injectors to listen for fuel flow? If it's an electrical thing as Hondaslayer mentioned, then I'd think you could hear a difference when the injector is plugged in vs. not.

Also, so you're not chasing a red herring, I'm pretty sure a normal voltmeter/DMM setup that normal people have will not give you usable info for a crank position sensor, among other things you would want to check. My understanding is that you'd need an oscilloscope. USMB would probably have more info on that stuff, if you haven't already looked there.

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