Yes, you can check fuel pressure, using a gage. The gage fitting screws onto the schrader valve. If there is any pressure on the system, gas will squirt everywhere when you depress the valve. After the vehicle sits overnight, there usually isn't much pressure, but, you still need to be aware. Use a shop rag around the fitting when connecting. In the diagram, #4 is the schrader valve, that diagram is for the spider fuel system. The picture came from autozone, the only one I could find.
Wednesday, May 26th, 2010 AT 2:27 PM