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1998 pontiac sunfire 2.2 litre fuel pressure check port

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where do you connect your fuel pressure guage on this car's fuel rail I see no connecting port on the rail at all?

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You disconnect the fuel supply line at the fuel rail and tee your gauge into it.

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