(a) Measure the resistance between the injector terminals.

Standard resistance: 11.6 to 12.4 Q at 20°C (68°F)

If the result is not as specified, replace the injector.

(b) Inspect the injector injection volume. CAUTION:

Keep the injector away from sparks during this test.

(1) Connect SST (fuel tube connector) to SST (hose), then connect them to the fuel pipe (vehicle side).

SST 09268-31011 (09268-41500, 9046713001, 95336-08070)

(2) Install the O-ring to the fuel injector.

(3) Connect SST (adapter and hose) to the injector, and hold the injector and union with SST (clamp).

SST 09268-31011 (09268-41110, 0926841300, 90467-13001)

(4) Put the injector into the graduated cylinder. CAUTION:

Install a suitable vinyl tube onto the injector to contain gasoline spray.

(5) Operate the fuel pump.

(6) Connect SST (wire) to the injector and the battery for 15 seconds, and measure the injection volume with the graduated cylinder. Test each injector 2 or 3 times.

SST 09842-30080 Standard injection volume:

Standard difference between each injector: 16 cm3 (0.98 cu in.) or less

(c) Inspect the fuel leakage.

(1) Disconnect the SST (wire) tester probes from the battery and check the fuel leakage from the injector.

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