could this injector lead problem in the harness cause one injector to act up? I have an injector problem also that coincidently started after changing engines. I know the injectors are fine, but ever since I put the new engine in I need to crank it over 8-10 times before it fires. When it starts you can tell that it's running on three cylinders for the first 5-10 seconds then evens out. What's throwing me is that there is a srtong fuel odor also that fades away so I'm not sure if it's passing fuel or not to the affected cylinder. But would a short in the harness or even a loose/forgotten ground even up and smooth out after running for a few seconds? I'm gonna have to check that out, I didn't realize that the toys had a notorious spot in that harness I'm'n'a have to check that out as much as it got shuffled around during the swap
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