Q: Q: Fuel injector not working

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One of my fuel injectors is not functioning properly, and the car also misfires.

The fuel injectors on the engine get power at all times from a common source, and the ground side is through the engine computer. The injector may be bad, or the engine computer’s internal injector driver burned-out and the computer needs to be replaced. I recommend having a mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, discover which component has failed by determining the source and cause of your misfiring engine.

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