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No, they should not be getting quite warm - there is only a small amount of wattage running through them. It would appear that you have an intermittent wiring problem somewhere, which is causing your issue. You need to do some diagnostic testing - testing battery voltage, the fuses, electrical circuits, etc. I would venture to say that, while your car is running now, your problem will show up again.
 

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... That said I believe it was in the injector wire harness as was last time we shook it the fuses stopped blowing.
I doubt it is "fixed."

Most likely you have a bare wire somewhere in the harness and you just moved it from what it was shorting to. It could easily move back to the original position.

I wouldn't drive it any farther than I wanted to walk until you find it.

You can remove the harness and take it inside. strip it down, inspect, fix if needed and re-wrap. Hopefully you find the smoking gun. (The bare wire.)
 

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WOWOWOWOW That would do it?


Where was that problem area?
Vibration/rubbing/attrition.

Main harness, right side of engine.
 

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x2. This is certainly the easy way to do it.

Regarding J Benoit, I have found 3 of his ECU diagrams on the internet, one for OBD1 TBI, OBD1 MPI and OBD2. I'll upload them to a new thread - maybe it would be a good idea to make them into a sticky. Kudos to this guy, whoever he is - they are truly incredibly excellent....
where can i find the one for tbi?
 

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Nothing wrong with those wires, the lesions are there to release the pressure so they don't explode and let the smoke out... :eek:

.... Philip
you know someones actually going to believe that don't you? hehehehe
 

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where can i find the one for tbi?
Getting back to the new poster:
Welcome to the forum! Please be good enough to start your own thread with your questions. You’ll also need to advise exactly what you’re driving (please put it in your signature), as different years will have different diagrams and ECU models.
 
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