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98 ford explorer fuel pump pressure

I would like to know what the fuel pressure should be on 98 ford explorer 4.0 v6

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Hello i have 1996 ford explorer this promblem is computer display [air ride switch off ]signal all time /////
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The spec is 30-45 psi, -Jared

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