Question about 1991 Toyota Celica
Unhook the petrol line from the fuel rail and prepare to catch excess fuel in a bucket. Check your trunk for a bleed button as some vehicles have a blead circut built in. If you cannot find one then just try and start it. The fuel pump will turn and send fuel up the line and into the bucket. when it is all the way pinch the hose lightly (to retain pressure) and hook it back up to the rail.
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