[DML] Re: removing fuel system pressure
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[DML] Re: removing fuel system pressure

If leave it overnight you won't have any pressure the next day.  If 
you can not wait for the pressure to drop...I just back off the nut 
on the Primary pressure regulator slowly.  This lets all the pressure 
and fuel go back to the tank via the return line.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Farrar <fhudkins@...> wrote:
> Gang,
> I recently acquired the big M5 bolts for the fuel distributor -- 
> while I've got it off, I'll be replacing the little O-ring 
> it. What's the best way of de-pressurizing the fuel system? I want 
> make sure I don't spray gasoline all over myself.
> I have seen several answers to this question in the DML archives, 
but it 
> seems to be the best way would be to trip the inertia switch while 
> car is running. If that does its job properly, it de-pressurizes 
> system and shuts off the car, right?
> Cheers,
> Farrar Hudkins
> #2613 (auto -- front springs arriving today! *grin*)


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