Originally posted by Tickford6
Maybe try backprobing the injector (installed to the fuel rail and harness) with a multimeter to see if there is a current pulsing through there. If there's no current, then probably the injector wiring is dead (injectors are connected in parallel no?).
Although if it is an electrical problem, it should show up if you run an ECU diagnosis. Can't help you out on how to do that tho, sorry, but it should be really easy and in a gregory's book.
If there is a current going through it or no fault comes up in the diagnosis, then I would say that your injector is not opening properly sand you would need a new one.
Hope that helps you out a bit.
Yeah checked the voltage not the current at the connector, should this make much difference? (i.e you can still tell if its getting power) All seems fine so I guess the injector is the problem.
I also tried listening for 'clicking' through the handle of a screw driver, but the slight rocking of the engine as it missed and the noise from the EGR made it hard...
On the subject I ran the ECU diagnosis and came up with a code 22 (MAP (vacuum) or BARO signal out of range). Not exactly sure what this means though.