Yes, I know Ohm's law, I'm an EE (not a mechanic! LOL) I don't know if less or more is better, hence the question as I don;t know how they work in the circuit. No connectors involved as they are all on my table, with the coils and plugs!
As for 'why', another forum I was on said 'never clean or fuel test an injector without metering it first'. I did not ask why not, just did it!
Of course they did not mention what the results were supposed to be... that is why I am here and not there!
As for the 'problem', I guess I should have joined the forum before ripping the engine apart, but that's just me, I guess. Went to YouTube first, started pulling pieces off one at a time, testing cleaning re-installing. Too late now, but initial problem was car just stopped, after running fine for years, start-stop-run-stall, hopped the 3 miles home 200 feet at a time. Let it sit in the carport for 5 months, then decided to fix it, as I could not find anyone to do it and cannot afford to do it right (real mechanic-dealer)
Anyway, here I am, parts on the table, hoping just cleaning and testing will fix it. Oh I forgot, I had a rat attack a few years ago and they feasted on my wiring, so its a patchwork of electrical tape. Ran fine for years after (sans heating and cooling systems- have not found where they got to that yet!), then one day just decided to stall and leave me stranded in the desert. (with 4 dogs in the back!) So here I am...
That's my story and I'm sticking to it!