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I don't have the specs for the Altima but looking through the range, all the Nissan specs I do have for that year are maximum 3 bar unregulated and 2.5 bar regulated, most in fact are a little less and unusually the actual pressures are quoted to two decimal places, such as 2.34 or 2.43 bar. Broadly, for testing it is not necessary to be as precise as that because if absolute accuracy is required the battery voltage would need to be stable, the ambient and the fuel temperature recorded and compensated for and probably the amount of fuel in the tank would make a minute difference. Such things are impractical.
The fuel pressure is important but a fuel system test would not be complete unless the fuel delivery volume has been checked in addition. That figure I don't have but a rule-of-thumb guide is 1 litre in 10 seconds is the minimum. Great care must be exercised while testing all aspects of the fuel system.
Posted on May 20, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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