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Old 05-20-2003, 11:48 PM   #1
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Just bought a Hypertech Fuel Pressure Guage from AutoZone[$40]. Where is Test Fitting located, so I can test pressure on my friends 1993 Bonny 3.8L? Thanks.
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Oooo Good question..... I am not certain but I think its right in front of the back left tire along the side of the car.
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Only Exact Location Opinion needed! Thank You. Anyone?
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Usually it'* right near the Fuel Pressure Regulator on the Engine'* Fuel rail. Look for a fitting like a tire valve stem with a black cap on it like your AC connector fittings for recharging.
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Thanks, DR, much more helpfull answer!
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BTW> Polar Bear, instead of Live, Eat, Sleep & Dream... how bout hitting the BOOKS a little? Edit Add>>This is my friends car, and I know this is the FUEL FILTER location you described!
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Wow larry cigar is an *******, I know where he could put it
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KULH> Also, Live, Eat Sleep & Dream... More Book, Boy <<Edit Add>> Question, is that KUHL as in COOL[cool as a Polar Bear ]?
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