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  1. Lol I guess, I'm used to a proper keyboard so it's a PITA to hit shift on this little one.
  2. on a laptop actually, ill try the ground trick to see if the injectors click. thanks for the tip!
  3. it is a 1978, the original harness had been hacked up by the previous owner so i replaced it. Connectors were shot as well... to be expected. The original transistor unit is not in the car any more.I do have a condenser wired on the coil as well.
  4. yes the ground circuit to the ecu connector is good. fuel pressure is good. there is no tach in the car currently so its hard to tell if the signal is good or not. sucks to hear it come to life with starter fluid then watch it die. I replaced the old harness because the oem one was hacked by the previous owner.
  5. Stock EFI system on an L28. I have swapped to a gm style HEI module. New Harness. The injectors will not fire, pin 10 on ecu is seeing 12v, all injectors have 12v on both pins reference to ground, and the car runs fine with starter fluid. I know i have spark, the tach wire is wired from ECU pin 1 to the negative terminal on the coil. Do i need to wire in a dropping resistor for the ecu to see the pulse? Does the car need to see a start signal to begin firing the injectors? Does the ecu need to see 12v through the air valve from the fuel pump? any help would be greatly appreciated.
  6. So I've fabricated a new EFI wiring harness because the PO decided to splice every wire and tape it back together.... needless to say the rest of the connectors were rotted, and the contacts were completely corroded. I'm trying to source high temp shielding for the wiring. the oem shielding was pvc however id prefer a high temp braid as a solution. Any Ideas?
  7. If your wiring harness was a bodged as mine was i have sourced all of the pins and connectors for the EFI system. Quite surprised that AMP is still making the pins for them lucky for me. Working on an all new harness now. The only reasons i do not like repair kits is that every splice can be a failure point and id rather run new wire than splicing in a repair kit.
  8. If your wiring harness was a bodged as mine was i have sourced all of the pins and connectors for the EFI system. Quite surprised that AMP is still making the pins for them lucky for me. Working on an all new harness now. The only reasons i do not like repair kits is that every splice can be a failure point and id rather run new wire than splicing in a repair kit.
  9. i believe the red wire splices into the dropping resistors for the fuel injectors. the green is the signal wire from the ignition, blue wires are ground i believe. easy to find out though with a continuity meter
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