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Old 08-25-2006, 10:01 AM   #11
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Fuel filter is on the SUPPLY line. Not the return line. You need to get under the car and check the return line from the fuel rail all the way back to the tank. Both lines run side by side. Look for visible bends and kinks. Assuming you don't find one, you'll be dealing with an internal restriction (line, pump, or connection), or the pump assembly or FPR.
Well of course :P I knew the filter was on the supply line, but I'm sure it needs to replaced though...don't think it'* been done. Are FPR'* inexpensive...if so I could always get new and swap...or swap with someone else for a test.
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It'* not as easy to swap your FPR as mine.. I think you need to pull the rail to do it.
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Yup. Our rail has to come off. Then the little squeeze clip pops out and out comes the FPR.
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It figures the Series 1'* are a pain comapred to the 2s. Well I'm not too worried right now, when I eventually do injectors and/or pull the SC for a coupler, I'll check it out.
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Pretend like you didn't test it and far as you know..it'* still running fine.
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Pretend like you didn't test it and far as you know..it'* still running fine.
I'm glad I did test it, it'* good to monitor everything. And since it does run well and my mileage isn't in jeopardy, I won't sweat it. I'm just glad my car is fixed and hope I don't have to spend another weekend at your place for a little while Not that I don't like hanging out with ya
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Who ever hangs out...??

There'* always work being done....
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Prolly a dumb question but WTF is a HB??
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Prolly a dumb question but WTF is a HB??
Harmonic Balancer.
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