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I have looked and looked for the fuel rail test port but could not find it. I disconnected the fuel line from the throttle body. (First I removed the fuel pump relay and started the engine briefly to relieve the pressure.) The special fitting on the line coming from the fuel tank that attaches it to the throttle body could not be adapted to my fuel gauge testing assembly. I replaced the fuel pump relay but got no gas out of the line from the tank when I tried to start the engine. This was without it being attached to the throttle body and piped into a bucket. Got no gas out!(I understand the fuel pump is supposed to run briefly before the cam sensor takes over and allows it to run?)So I put everything back as it was. The fuel pump fuse is good so I tried another relay (the one for the AC Compressor was the same.) The engine tries hard to start but will not even crank now. It sure seems like she is starving for gas?
Saturday, January 17th, 2015 AT 1:19 PM