Here is a "How To" video and directions for checking fuel pump pressure. You will need a gauge to check it. Many parts stores will lend or rent one to you. If you want to own one, they sell them here on this site. Go to the "Test Equipment Store" to find it. I know it sounds crazy, but with today's cars, it's not a bad idea to have one in your tool box. The older cars with mechanical pumps only needed to pump a certain volume in a specified amount of time. Today's pumps must maintain high levels of pressure. If they don't, all sorts of problems can occur.
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Friday, October 30th, 2009 AT 10:48 AM