The fuel filter is where you check the presure. Fuel coming out does not mean it is pressurised. On top of the fuel filter fitting there is a small 6 mm sized bolt, loosen it and turn ignition switchON. Fuel must come out with pressure for 2 seconds. If it just trickles out, the fuel is not pressurised.
The correct way is to remove the bolt and attach a pressure gauge which you can loan from some part stores.
There is a fuel pressure reguator that has a return hose on the fuel rail. Unplug the return hose and with ignition switch ON fuel should come out unless it is not pressurised or does not have sufficient pressure. If fuel is coming out with ignition switch ON, it could be faulty. Try clamping on return hose to prevent fuel from returning to tank and if engine starts, the regulator should be faulty.
The PGM-FI main relay is correct as described.
Friday, April 10th, 2009 AT 2:41 PM