Wondering if any of you would be so kind as to unplug one of your injectors when the engine is running, and hook up a noid light to the injector connector. Then hook the noid light up to your battery terminals, comparing how much light is given off. I'm not saying I got my no start issue resolved, but throwing a different ECM does now allow the engine to start after being shut off, more than once a day. I have 12V on both the injector connector leads (as there should be) but when I disconnect the injector connector and test mine, the bulb is quite dim. If I had to guess, I'd say it LOOKS like it's getting 6V or so at best. It pulses as it should, but the whole thing looks weak. Nice bright bulb at the battery. Trying to make sure the setup isn't somehow killing the ECM's, as I'm on my third one now, (luckily none new) and would really hate to have this one die another similar death. If anyone with TPI (I'll listen to TBI folks as well though) would be kind enough to try this, it will tell me if I need to work on my grounds or not. Hoping not, but better to do it now than later. Thanks!