Yes indeed... you should have fuel at any injector during the cranking sequence, unless of course you are out-smarting it with turning off an injector with a tech 2, but if you gotta tech 2, you don't really need to really be fooling around with cracking an injector to see what's up either.
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*Bus 1, rest in peace. Bone stock, now just bones. 4.10 rear 10/13 mpg, 182,000 miles with a set of MCI motor coach seats.
*Currently driving an "Canadian Camo" Snow White 2001 5.7L Chevy Express.
*Bus 2, 99 7.3L PSD.