No Fuel Pressure
My 92 SSE is giving me fits. For several weeks it would sometimes start hard, when cranking just giving it a little gas would fire it up and once it starts I need to rev it a little to keep it running. When running to town last night it sputtered a couple times and then died. Tried to start her back up but wouldn't go. I pushed in the valve stem where you check fuel pressure with my pocket knife and gas shot out. Pulled it home and put the battery charger on it, from all the cranking, for half an hour, hooked up the fuel pressure gauge. Turned key to on, had 44 psi, started right up and stayed around 44. This AM went out and turned the key to start, 44 psi, started up and the gauge dropped to 0 and it died. This afternoon tried turning the key to on, got 44 psi, but didn't try to start it. Checked it an hour and a half later and the gauge was still at 35 psi. This evening I hit the key got my 44 psi started it and died. Tried again and nothing. No pressure, can't hear the pump run. Since the pressure didn't drop, when I had it, I assume the FPR is good. Does this sound like the relay? Where is the relay? I put a new gas tank, fuel pump and filter in it less than a year ago. The crank sensor was replaced with in the last couple of years as well. Wasn't too excited about crawling around under it today, kinda chilly. Just trying to get a game plan for later this week when it warms up.