1994 mustang V6 not getting signal to number 2 injector?
OK; this one has had me stumped for a while now. I had finally parked the car over winter and been driving my explorer, but the front transmission seal went out so I am back to trying to fix my Mustang. Here's the short story:
Check engine came on. Pulled codes at Autozone and had "P0302- number 2 cylinder misfiring" and "lean number bank". Put on new plugs, new wires, seperated wires, and new coil pack. Put on 2 new O2 sensors. Now only code is "number 2 cylinder misfire". Drove it a while and pulled number two plug. Had some wet oil but you could still see where the spark had been firing and was clear on the electrodes there. So, logic says ignition is working. Pulled number one plug and it looked normal. No oil fouling; no smoking from exhaust. My compression gauge would not go up in the narrow plug hole, so no readings from that but was running good before and other cylinders still seem to run smooth. So I figured maybe the injector was clogged up. Ran a tank of Lucas injector cleaner; no difference. Was going to pull injectors but decided to check one other thing first. Rented a set of noid lights from Autozone tonight, and plugged the Bosch one in (The Ford one did not fit, and the injectors look more like Bosch than Ford EV1 style on the connectors- didn't know Ford did that?) and no light when running on number two connector. Checked the light in the number one cylinder to make sure it worked- it did. Tried number two again to make sure.
So that is where I am at. Any suggestions as to how/where to start to chase this down? Bad crank position sensor? Bad computer? (Do they sometimes "lose" a cylinder's firing signal?) Any common tests/repairs? I appreciate the help.