If the harness was ever removed it could have been re-installed either way. There is a six pin connector near the egr control valve where the engine harness plugs onto the body harness. Which pin, the pink or the pink/white doesn't have power with the fuse blown?
No damage to the harness?
Start the engine and put your hand near the exhaust manifold. It will be clear rather quickly which bank is firing.
Boy I would sure think the exhaust manifold that had hot exhaust gasses flowing through it would heat up a lot quicker than the one that just had cold air flowing through it, but then I have not tried it. I would do it at start up since then the one manifold won't be so hot, and neither will the entire engine bay.
Don't know ! But this is what my ohmeter is giving me . Does not give me the same with the engine and the key in the ignition on the off position . But il' check again to be sure .I checked yesterday maybe ten time before writing the message .
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i played with the ohmmeter again with engine off ignition on fuse " 2off"
pink/white 11.82 V pink 11.82 V
ignition "off" fuse "off" p/w 0.00 p 0.00
fuse 2 off engine running p/w 14.03V p 13.46 fuse in p/w 14.20V p 14.20V I know this is a nonsense don't know what to tell . Found out the fuse no 2 is the one that feed the trunk side bank or 1-3-5 By testing with the exhaust trick the trunk side i could touch but the firewall one was too hot almost immediatly after starting the engine . Also at the end i wiggled the injectors harness and the fuse 2 blowed right on . After i wiggled all the wires in the engine compartment after replacing the fuse and it never blew again . Went for a ride half an hour and everything's fine ????????????????????????? Thanks