I'm not sure what brought you to this point, but we rarely measure injector resistance. The coils in them rarely go open or partially-shorted, and you know multiple injectors won't magically change resistance at the same time.
You should find 12 volts on both injector wires, either when the engine is rotating, (cranking or running), or with the ignition switch just turned on, depending on the car model. The Engine Computer will ground one of those wires when it wants to turn that injector on to open it. That is done for a carefully-calculated period of time, then the ground is removed, the wire goes back to 12 volts, and the injector closes.
Thursday, November 19th, 2015 AT 6:34 PM