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> Fuel injection not working, 73 2 liter
smveril
post Nov 3 2019, 01:28 PM
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I have a 73 2 liter that I am near the end of the restoration.

We are trying to get the car to run. The engine is rebuilt, it has a Bosley fuel injection harness.

We pulled two injectors and we saw no fuel flow. The fuel pump runs and we have fuel pressure. We then removed the ECU and checked the pin outs on the ECU cable per Paul Andres schematic. One thing we found was the start signal from the ignition switch was 10.5 volts. It should be greater than 12 volts (pin 18 and ground).

What could cause the low voltage to the ECU?

Thanks,
Mike
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