Originally Posted by BillBoost37
Most fuel pressure gauges have about 18" hoses on them. I lengthed mine to about 7 feet. It'* the perfect length to bring out under the hood (by cowl) and into the window of the car.
Tested Mortehls car this way. Pressure was good at slow speeds. Once he got on it the pump weakness showed quickly. At 10psi I hollered..."Let up before we stall!!"
Wasn't it more like, "Wow, look at that, 10PSI! I didn't think it could get that low!"
"Let up before we stall!"?
Wow. Good fuel pressure and it'* still happening? J WIkoff suggested looking at the fuel strainer in an earlier post.. but wouldn't a fuel strainer problem be reflected in fuel pressure issues, or no?