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What is the normal fuel pressure for a 6.8-liter V10 in a 1998

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What is the normal fuel pressure for a 6.8-liter V10 in a 1998 e350 club wagon van?

Hi this is lostrider, here is the specifications you requested, hope this helps.


Customer: replied 6 years ago.
A couple years ago my van was running rough ... when we got to California (from Arkansas, towing a trailer) we found out 4 coils were not working, so we were running on just 6 cylinders. Now it's behaving the same way. We checked the fuel pressure and it's 30 psi ... so we're trying to determine if that's normal. If 30 is normal, we gotta check the coils. Whaddya think?
Yes, 28-45 psi and your 30 is in the range, normal fuel pressure, the coils on these engines have always had problems, if its running rough and missing on acceleration, then the coils are the first thing to check.
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