Fuel injectors in "91" Stealth twin turbo

Asked by Jeffs91stealth Jul 23, 2018 at 07:32 PM about the 1991 Dodge Stealth R/T Turbo AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've replaced the fuel pump, filter, spark plugs.  Can't get the car to fire.  
Getting fuel to rail.  It fires when I remove some spark plugs and pour a little
gas in the cylinders, but firing without that help.  I've taken out the injectors
and made sure they all squirt properly.  Is there a fuse or relay somewhere I'm
missing and where is it?

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Sounds like injectors are not working.

I've taken them all out, cleaned them and made sure they squirting properly. There has to be something electrical making them not squirt. I'm just looking for that component that makes them open and close. Also, I took out the ecu for inspection but it looks in good order with no capacitor leakage.

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Did you check injector relay/s and fuses?

Those are what I'm searching for...not sure of locations.

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Google 91 stealth fuel injector relay location. All kinds of info. shows up.

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