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My 1988 New Yorker has had a new Distributor, Distributor Cap, Plugs, and pkug wires, Ignition Coil, Idle Air Control Value, PCM, and fuel pump. The car attempted to start and thus revealved that the o-rings on the fuel injectors were bad, so they are replaced and the injectors seated, but it still will not start.

It is throwing code 42 which deals with the Auto Shutoff Relay. Could it be that the repay is going bad.

The insulation of one of the leads to the old fuel pump had began heating and melting. So this would be a clear sign of a short right?

This is my only way to secure a new job, I have the offer and because the car will not run I have yet to make my first day of work. Please help.
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