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    Default One bank LS not working.

    Just got to the point of startup of my LS 5.3L swap into my 56' Chevy. Car is only running on four cylinders. It's like the injectors aren't firing on the driver's bank. Pulled plugs and made sure spark was occuring. Plugs look new with no fuel smell. I have +12V power at the injector plug when key on and pump priming, and when in starting mode. Could I really have four bad injectors (all exhaust ports are cold that side and all plugs look new), or is there another issue?

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    There's +12V, but disconnect the fuel injectors and see if the ECU pulses the ground side of the injectors when cranking.
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    Comparing cylinder #1 (not running) to cylinder #2 (#2 is known to be running right now), they appear to both pulse 2.3-3V on the ground side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedBaron15 View Post
    Comparing cylinder #1 (not running) to cylinder #2 (#2 is known to be running right now), they appear to both pulse 2.3-3V on the ground side.
    You can swap injectors from side to side and see if the issue follows the injectors. Andrew
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    Good idea! I'll give that a try first. Thank you.

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    UPDATE: It was five bad injectors! Replaced that side and one in #3 and we have a runner! Thanks for the advice!

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    It's always good to find a "smoking gun!" If I can be of service with the tuning, please let me know. Andrew

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