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Car is acting like it is not getting gas... i broke the line above thetank and there is gasoline under pressure.

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Have a fuel pressure test done, you may have some pressure from breaking the line, but may not be enough. It should be between 40 and 50 lbs of pressure. If it is low, the fuel pump is weak, if it's high, the fuel pressure regulator is bad, or a vaccum leak to the regulator.

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Special Tool(s) sxm~us~en~file=st1399a.gif~gen~ref.gif Fuel Line Disconnect Tool
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