NEW fuel pump, NEW fuel filter, NEW fuel injector assembly which came with a new fuel pressure regulator attached. And actually, I had already replaced the regulator before buying the injector assembly not knowing I was going to replace the inj assem, or that it would come complete with regulator. So it's my guess that either I'm not getting enough voltage to my fuel pump or, something I find unlikely, which is your "wild guess" that the filter is clogged, maybe had some gunk in the tank that came loose when I replaced the pump and restabbed the tank. I think my first order of business is to hook up my fuel pressure gauge to the fuel line before the filter, if I have the right fittings. If no problem there, I move on to testing the voltage on the pump. Or vice versa. I'm real sorry to have to say, but your so called "expert" advice just doesn't seem very good. I really don't know squat about working on vehicles post the fuel injection, computer controlled era and really wasn't that good on the old school rides either. And it appears to me like my searching Google for answers has given me more knowledge than coming here and asking my question. Or is it just that unless someone actually PAYS for an answer they really don't get SQUAT for help or advice?
Saturday, June 15th, 2013 AT 8:06 AM