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Help with Autoenginuity and shutting off injectors

I am struggling at trouble shouting my 03 6.0 with a newly purchased Autoenginuity scan tool. I suspect I have one or more injectors bad causing smoking that smells strong like fuel and burns your eyes. Gets worse when the engine is hot. Ficm voltage is good, no codes, battery's and alt test good, no oil in down pipe, no bubbles in fuel filter.

I cant figure out where I can disable an injector with the AE, I have the enhanced ford package and it does every thing else I expected. Buzz test, power balance, KOEO, KOER, live data etc. But no where do I see where I can control the injectors. Am I just missing some thing or cant I do this with an 2003. The power balance really is not helping me as it is an almost straight line. is offline  
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bringingup andold post, i need the same info trying to diagnostise an injector
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