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Old 04-24-2009, 02:28 PM   #1
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Default How to test fuel pressure

Well I know there isn't a test port or anything but how can i test the fuel pressure? I have a gauge with multiple fittings and a fitting to splice in between two lines to get the pressure but i don't see anywhere i could do that. The car is a 93 with a b16a2 swap, thanks.
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yeah i figured it out. It was at 45 most the time and 50 when accelerating that doesnt' seem too high.
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Old 04-24-2009, 03:46 PM   #3
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Which lines did you splice into to read the fuel pressure?
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Default Re: How to test fuel pressure

I didn't end up splicing I removed the bolt that was threaded into the bolt for the banjo on the engine side of the fuel filter and my gauge came with a fitting for that size i think it was probly like an m6. I am assuming that's what that bolt is there for.
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