Question about 1991 Mazda MX-6
I don't think there is a fuel cut switch but there definitely is a fuel pressure regulator. the stock specs call for the system to make more like 30 psi, so if you are only getting 10 psi there is a problem. you might check for clogged fuel filters. if you mean that you are going 10 psi over stock then might be the fuel pressure regulator that's causing you to not be able to, maybe you can get one that lets you pass more fuel, that would be an aftermarket part. hope that helps
Posted on May 28, 2009
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