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But, Again, the plugs aren't always on with the key so, most of the time you're not supposed to see power at that terminal. It has to do with the engine oil temp sensor and the PCM decides how long to activate them. Try first thing in the morning, but it might only be 15-20 seconds depending on how cold it was overnight.
PLUS, above 40F you don't even need them (it will start a little slower but not drastically).
You still haven't told us What the Problem is you're trying to resolve...