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robertj robertj is offline
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Fuel pressure

I'll be checking the fuel pressure in the lines this weekend in a further attempt to get the car to run properly. The car's hesitation/bucking problem at anything below 3200rm has gotten worse. I thought I read that the pressure at the fuel lines should be 30psi. Is this correct for both before and after the pressure regulator? I did notice that my regulator is pretty noisy- at first I thought it was an injector firing, but it was in fact the regulator making all of that noise....

As always, thanks for any and all the help!



Also, is there a comprehensive guide for testing electrical issues? I am new to working with electricity, have a volt/ohm meter and know how to test a battery, but I really am clueless when it comes to where I should put the '+' end and where the '-' end goes when testing things like the different ECU connections to make sure it's sending/ receiving the correct information.

(nothing like sounding like a complete novice...
Old 08-11-2005, 02:50 PM
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