So I tested the fuel pressure and the only thing that was not in spec was that on average it was running at 5 pounds under what chilton stated.?Problem?
I know I should have tested the voltage from the pump but I could not find a connector or the wires to the pump. Would coming out of the main fuse box be the best place to get to them?
Also after I tested the fuel pressure it seemed to run better at least for the most part, and I know the only thing I actually did was popping off the return line off the regulator to check for flow. There definitely was, like a geyser actually. Could have let loose a piece of dirt or something? Clogged regulator? Or bad?
And the system held it's pressure, for well over 10 minutes. When I turned off the engine of course.
I couldn't find any vacuum leaks.
And the day after I replaced the mass air flow sensor, in the sheer hope that therein lies my problem, the simplest thing; and there was no affect to be had apart from when I cleared the error codes they did not come back on, but I havn't driven it all too far since that to give it a chance.
Also, I was told that the lean bank 1&2 were a sign that the engine was actually running too rich, and wants to lean itself out. It sounds good, but is it?
Sunday, December 14th, 2008 AT 11:31 AM