Remanufactured computers are cheaper than new unit and locally you should be able to source them. Check with your local parts store for that.
After rechecking through the wiring diagram, I realised I made a mistake previously. For earlier models, the injectors would work in tandem, injector # 1 and # 4 are linked together whereas Injector # 2 and # 3 are a pair. This would rule out the computer as the culprit. If it is, you would not be able to start.
At the injectors, unplug all the connectors and test the Black/Yellow wire for battery voltage with ignition switch on.
If voltage is not available at #2 and #4, check for broken wires between the wires.
If battery voltage is available, test for continuity between the Light Green/Black wire of injector # 1 and # 4. If continuity is not found, you have a break in the wire and reconnecting them would work.
Likewise, perform same task with Light Green/Red wire between injector #2 and #3.
By the way have you tested and confirmed that the injectors are good?
Sunday, July 18th, 2010 AT 3:17 AM