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Diagram for fuel delivery system of 1989 dodge dynastyand wewre is the pressure bleed of

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No such thing as a pressure bleed, just a pressure fuel pressure test port on the top of the engine in the fuel pipe/rail that supplies the fuel injectors.

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SOURCE: i need fuel system diagram

The best place to get a copy of a fuel system diagram is your local library and look in a chilton's manual or some, have the factory manuals.

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SOURCE: where is the fuel pressure regulator located at on

In the throttle body. You may need to have someone show you where exactly it is.

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SOURCE: the brake system on a 2002 dodge durango has no pressure

Do you actually see brake fluid coming from the bleeders? Check for a broken brake line. If no fluid is being lost and the peddle has proper pressure, then the brake booster has failed. If their is no pressure at all, then the master cylinder has failed. Replace accordingly.

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1989 Dodge Dynasty won't start after storage, can you help?


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The FIRST thing to do is scan your onboard computer network for possible fault codes. You may just have a code for a cranshaft position sensor or Mass Air Flow sensor or something similar that will explain why the engine is not getting any fuel.

Check the fuel delivery system to make sure it is performing according to manufacturers specifications:

The fuel pressure specification for 1999 Dodge Durango is 44-54 Psi. (3.0-3.8 kg/sq.cm) Please note that the specification published by the manufacturer is with the key ON, engine OFF and the fuel pump being activated with a scan tool.

Also note that "CLOSE" is not good enough. I have had vehicles towed in that were only 2 or 3 Psi under the minimum specification that would not start.

If the fuel pressure/fuel delivery is within specifications, then you need to check your fuel injection system. If it gets this far, let me know and we can continue diagnosis.

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The only thing I can tell you is that it sounds like you have narrowed the problem down to either a FUEL DELIVERY problem or a FUEL INJECTION problem (since it starts by spraying fuel in the intake).

You need to check for fuel pressure at the fuel rail to eliminate the fuel delivery system, (This should have been done before replacing the fuel pump and/or relay.)

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I have a 1989 ford f 250 302 efi im having a fuelissue i have found what i thought to be a fuelpump it comes on and everything with the key it is on the fuel rail toward the front of the truck but everyone...


Up until 1989, EFI fuel systems in the F250 actually used two fuel pumps; a low-pressure pump in the tank and a high-pressure pump mounted on the frame.seddy29732_7.jpgHigh Pressure Pump


The part on the fuel rail you are referring to is most likely the fuel pressure regulator, which, if bad can also cause fuel delivery problems. From 1990 and up, the two pump system was replaced with a single, in-tank pump.seddy29732_9.jpgHope this info helps you out!

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Here's the procedure for checking the fuel pump. I would 1st change the fuel filter, 2nd would be to scan for engine codes (free service at most parts stores), then check pressure (on a cool day, below 70 degrees) Good luck, let me know what u find. Curt
FUEL DELIVERY 1996 Dodge Truck Dakota 2WD 2.5L SFI 4cyl The Fuel System Pressure 44-54 PSI (Pounds per Square Inch)

Vent the fuel tank vapors by loosening the fuel cap and unplug the injector wiring harness from the main engine wiring harness. The next step is to attach an electrical jumper between a solid ground and the fuel injector terminal pin number 1. Next, connect an electrical jumper between the battery positive post and injector terminal pin number 2 for a period of time not to exceed 4 seconds. This serves to bleed down pressure from the fuel system. Install a fuel pressure gauge on the fuel rail service test port and energize the fuel pump. This will bring the system to a stabilized fuel pressure that can be visually verified on the gauge.

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