Question about 1989 Toyota Camry
You don't hve to bleed the system, since theres a powerful pump in the fuel tank which throws fuel to the system.
In order to check if you are getting fuel to the injectors or rather if the pump is functioning, you will have to open up the supply pipe which should be around the intake manifold.
But before you attempt tht, if you still have the old filter fit it back and retry, the new one could be faulty at the regulator valve!
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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