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I'm converting over to EFI and checking all the sensors and relays to ensure they're OK. Everything seems to be fine 'cept for the injector resistor. According to the factory manual, the resistance between the terminals should be 2-3 Ohms. My multimeter reads 3.3 Ohms. Should I get another one or will this one be OK? Thanks for any replies.
 

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Sounds ok to me, your multimeter itself could even be causing it to read .3 off....I have an extra one if you decide you want to replace it...
 

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Cool. I'll keep you in mind should I need to replace it. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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Originally posted by Arnold:
<STRONG>I'm converting over to EFI and checking all the sensors and relays to ensure they're OK. Everything seems to be fine 'cept for the injector resistor. According to the factory manual, the resistance between the terminals should be 2-3 Ohms. My multimeter reads 3.3 Ohms. Should I get another one or will this one be OK? Thanks for any replies.</STRONG>
That extra resistance can be just from the leads not making a good connection to the injector or old leads. It's possible to see 1/2 ohm just from them. The best way to see if it's your leads or not is to check them by putting them together. They should read 0, but if they don't you can (on some meters) adjust your meter or subtract that value from the 3.3 ohms you got on the injector.

Bob

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[ 08-18-2001: Message edited by: eurobob ]
 
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