Re: [DML] Lack of fuel pressure
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Re: [DML] Lack of fuel pressure

Could it be a stuck primary pressure regulator? I guess this is rare 
but if crap passed through the FD i suppose anything is possible. 


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Phil Priestley <phil@...> wrote:
> I pulled the main line off the FD and am getting good pressure  
> flow there so the "clog"  would almost have to be in the FD. I'm 
> sure where to go from here.
> Phil Priestley
> Vin 2105
> On Apr 4, 2006, at 5:05 PM, mike clemens wrote:
> >
> > It may sound like everything is working, but you need
> > to check to make sure fuel is getting to the engine.
> >
> > Pop the line off the fuel distributor and jumper the
> > pump.  You should be able to fill up a quart jar in
> > about 10-20 seconds.  If it doesn't, then go back to
> > the fuel pump outlet and perform the same check.
> > You've got a "clog' somewhere, and you can bet it was
> > the water in the system that caused it.  Let me know
> > if this helps.
> >
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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