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UVCH Issue - Cooked or Loose

Truck started running rough, felt like it was missing on 1 cylinder. SES light came on, can't pull code due to my AE being screwed up (calling tomorrow to get it fixed). Figured it could be the UVCH, after testing the Passenger rear injector is reading no contact. Also reads no contact between that pin and ground

What is the chance it is a cooked harness vs needing the 50 cent mod? I only really have time to pull it apart once, so if I need to order parts I want to go ahead and do it. Seems the mod works for most people, but would hate to get all the way in there and find it is cut.

On that note is it repairable at all? Could I solder and heatshrink it back if needed or is that asking for trouble?

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It takes 15 minutes to check the connectors outside the valve covers. Check that first.


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It takes 15 minutes to check the connectors outside the valve covers. Check that first.
Already did, that's how I know that the rear passenger injector is the bad one. The issue is under the cover somewhere.

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If you got the money, I would just go ahead and get a new harness.


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