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Hey Mr Ron. This is Billy I have done a few things scent I talked too you/I have changed the fuel pump regulator, the distributor, the module, the coil, I also have a new fuel pump, I am going to install on tomorrow afternoon,,,,,
With all that I have done it was still very hard to start,,but it will start if I hold down the accelerator down but still takes a long time to start,,,
With all that I have done it was still very hard to start,,but it will start if I hold the accelerator down but still takes a long time to start,,,
The fuel pressure does not hold 32to 45./ I have installed new plugs.
I'm not at home at the moment,but as soon as I get home I will check, PS.the fuel pressure does hold about 30.then if you give it some gas the pressure goes down.(to 23to27 give or take, PS. If fuel pump pressure coming from pump does not hold 32to 45 lbs. Will let this cause the fuel pressure regulator to malfunction.
Hey Ron, I replaced the high pressure fuel pump the one that mounted on the rail.
The pressure is still running 30 lbs.&below. But when u reve the engine goes up
5 lbs. But when idling pressure to below 30 lbs.
After running for 10 minutes the pressure started to drop, even when running,
PS.the fuel pump that is in the tank what is it Purpose,
What do you mean when you say intake pump
Is this the pump that it in the tank?
PS when squeezing the rubber holes that coming off of the fuel pump regulator on my return line does pressure suppose to increase
I put a new regulator on, is it possible that all 6 injectors are bad,
I pulled #1 plugs they were not wet. But they were snooty. Is it possible that. the fuel pressure regulator is. Bad.,,,,I just replaced it 4 days ago. Could the new one be bad also,?
PS.when you squeeze the return line the pressure goes up.
So if I replace the in tank pump will this keep it from flooding?
The fuel pump regulator when you squeeze the rubber hose does the pressure suppose to increase & how much?
So if it goes to 50 lbs.or so is that normal?
PS,when. I. Removed. The old. Fuel. pump,& before I installed the new one,,,I cranked the engine & it started right away.
This was without any pressure at all,
This only happens when I squeeze the hose for the return line.
So what does this mean,what causes the pressure to increase above 50 lbs. When squeezing the rubber hose,
So when I squeeze the the rubber hose the pressure should not go above 45 lbs. &If it does what,s the problem?
Could a heat sending unit cause flooding
If I disconnect the wire from the heat sending unit would that work to see if the flooding. Stop
I have changed & replaced the fuel pressure regulator,the spark plugs,& wires
the coil,fuel pump,fuel pump relay,the distributor & it's components,, and still have not fixed the problem , I also just bought a new intank
Fuel pump. MY? Is I tried to find the problem so that I would not have to buy all these parts.
Something is being over looked here, at this point Im not sure what it is. Is the engine still flooding out ? Have you ever scanned the computer to see if there are any fault codes setting?