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



Leave the engine off for several hours/overnight.
or
Crack loose the large fuel distributor bolt on the line from from the 
filter wrapped in a shop rag. 

The inertia switch trick will kill the car, and the pressure will drop 
to the injector-open pressure and stay there for a couple of hours 
anyway.

Dave S

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Farrar <fhudkins@...> wrote:
>
> Gang,
> 
> I recently acquired the big M5 bolts for the fuel distributor -- and 
> while I've got it off, I'll be replacing the little O-ring underneath 
> it. What's the best way of de-pressurizing the fuel system? 


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