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post #1 of 2 Old 05-28-2011, 06:35 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel pressure problems

I just replaced the fuel pump on my truck. It's a Cali truck so it has the fuel dampner/ accumalator just behind the pump. The dampner leaked so I took it off and plugged the hole. Now my fuel pressure is 90 lbs. Months ago I checked the pressure and it was about 55 lbs. Does not having that dampner there have that affect? What can I do other than buying that thing from Ford for $140 bucks.

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'97 PSD, Cali truck. 2 wheel drive, Ext Cab, Auto. 230,000 mi. 3in down pipe. Cat & Muff Delete, (Love hearing the Turbo) Gauges, 6637 intake, Supertuner. New UVCH. Black CPS. In Vancouver, WA
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My 96 was a Cali model and it ran at 108psi. I wouldn't worry about it unless you start blowing fuel lines or the lid off the fuel bowl.

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