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Fuel pressure should be about 138psi or more. So there is a little animal called a fuel pump regulator that the ECU tells what the engine needs from the fuel pump, my guess is that is the problem, perhaps not the fuel pump. Low fuel pressure, in spite of DIY may be the fuel pressure regulator which if and appears to be bad would give you this low pressure. There should be ECU error codes that identify fuel system problems. Ask your favorite Auto parts store (nicely) to read the codes for you.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is located on the left frame rail in front of left rear tire.It has a plastic clip in each fuel line that will be white in color.Remove the clip then disconnect fuel line.Make sure to replace the clips,DO NOT reuse the old ones. Install the new clips into the connector then snap the connectors on to the filter.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
There are a few other things taht could be causing fuel starvation. First of all, did you pull the injectors and clean out the individual filters? There are small, conical screens inside the top of each injector, and they could be clogged. Second, There could be some carbon build-up on the intake valves, which would act like a sponge for the fuel after initial start-up. A can of BG44K fuel system cleaner from NAPA will get rid of that. If it is neither of these, the fuel pressure regulator could be leaking. Other than this, the car would need to be diagnosed by a shop before action is taken. I hope this helps you!
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
Testimonial: "I ended up taking the car to a local shop for diagnosis. It turns out that the fuel pump is week and not supplying enough pressure to the motor. "
the enginr oil pressure switch runs the fuel pump till the oil pressure is up to the normal operating range. When the pressure is up the relay kicks in and takes over the power to the pump. The oil pressure switch my be at fault if you can no hear the pump running when you turn the key on
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
well if she ran it to long with no oil it might be locked up and might be able to turn it over if its not to bad. but you should still get power going to your fuel pump i would check all connection going to fuel pump and no broken wires. try even un plugging battery to see if there's a bypass
Posted on May 05, 2010
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