Question about 2004 Dodge Ram 2500
There air should bleed off by itself, or its getting air from somewhere thus having a leak. If you pop the hood and look where the fuel injectors are, there should be a fuel rail a long pipe that connects to all of your injectors, on this rail there is a black cap that you can unscrew kinda looks like a tire valve on a tire.if u turn the key off to on engine off key on and the go and depress the valve on the rail fuel should spit out about 40-60 psi like a tablespoon. this tells you that your getting fuel to the motor. now do that same thing, but wait 5 -10mins before u depress the valve as long as something comes out you shouldnt have a leak. hope this helps
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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