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I searched around and couldn't find much info besides for VR6s. Does anyone have a pic/procedure with an acceptable value range handy? Thanks
 

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ShipuTSi said:
The procedure is in the huge service maunal. It walks you through it.

I couldnt find anything in my chiltons; is there an online option or is this in another manual? Thanks
 

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bento said:
I believe that the resistor pack should have 6.2 ohms all the way across and the injectors should have 2.3 ohms all the way across. Cheack it out and see what you are getting.

I dont know if I did the test correct or not - I held the one probe one 'pin 1' then took resistance for 1-2, 1-3, 1-4, etc... I got ~6.2 for a few but also got ~12.4 for some others. Do you guys test like this (I found it for vr6, but not dsm). Thanks for the replies guys!
 

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bento said:
Try 1-2 2-3 3-4 and see what you get. I believe that is how it's suppost to be measured.

Well... see I am in school ~5hrs away (and I didnt trust that dsmcar). Is there a testing schematic pic/procedure around anywhere that I can send to my dad? I checked the chilton I have before I left and couldnt find much.
 

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The Resistor pack is a 6 position connector, 2 rows of 3 columns.
Pin 1 has a black with yellow stripe wire and pin 6 is Black with red stripe.

Pin 1 Black/Yellow Injector 1
Pin 2 NC
Pin 3 Red Common Power (+12v)
Pin 4 Black/Blue Injector 2
Pin 5 Black/White Injector 3
Pin 6 Black/Red Injector 4

The resistors should measure about 6 ohms each at 68F.
Pin 3 is common to all 4, so the pairs are:
1-3
4-3
5-3
6-3
 

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Thats perfect - thanks steve!
 
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