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The logic(computer section) of the ficm is responsible for the click test -- the driver section supplies the voltage to actuate the injector coils -- looks like the driver section is working, but unsure about the logic section, it should report the voltage reading to the obd port, and your scanner/monitor should be able to read it -- if not, try a different monitor -- Forscan sees two voltages (input and logic)
The temperature sensor affects the length of the click test -- could be a short on the 5volt circuit causing the whole system to be down
Does that make sense?
In my defense, I was unsupervised
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