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Old 02-21-2013, 02:22 PM
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95 7.3 fuel pressure prob

Ok heres what ive done... new heads gaskets injecter o rings fuel pump cps. I did all this because blew a head. Got drivers side done started truck make sure all was good before did passenger side did fine. Done passenger side sent the heads back for my core and truck wouldn't start. So this is where put fuel pump and cps on. Ive been messing with this for 2 weeks now and still wont start...hpop is full take plug out on top oil runs out, fuel filter bowl is filling but slowly,blew air through lines to tank made sure wasn't clogged didn't help,got another pump same thing....So now im stuck..the wifes hotter a wet hen. So im thinking about just putting a fuel pump on rail all together and just unbhooking lines to the pump on block.Will this work? Any ideas? The truck is stock except 3 inch down pipe. I need help before I end up in a box under the bridge cause im not getting nothing if I get divorced lol.. Thanks for reading and any and all sugestions guys!!
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Old 02-21-2013, 06:49 PM
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Wait-to-Start light coming on? CEL Illuminated? White smoke when cranking? All underhood fuses good? Make sure the IPR is plugged in. Make sure fuel bowl harness is plugged in. Cheers!
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yes wait to start is on no on cel, no smoke when cranking, ipr is plugged in and fuel bowl too. Sorry didn't put all that in. Couldn't be chance both fuel pumps bad could there? It just dribbles out Schrader valve.
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Old 02-23-2013, 02:06 PM
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just took the 2nd fuel pump back and got another still no start!!! Im thinking about putting electric on it now, I just don't have fuel pressure and theres no leaks so im lost...any other ideas try before I put a bunch more money in it?
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Will the pump draw fuel out of a container direct? Make sure that your fuel pressure regulator is not hung open or have a bent/kinked spring. Cheers!
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Old 02-24-2013, 11:33 AM
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Yes it draws from container just checked. Just checked all wiring, done buzz test, and only code im getting is P1111
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What is the fuel pressure while cranking? Minimum spec is 25 psi at 100 RPM minimum crank speed. Cheers!
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Old 02-25-2013, 12:38 PM
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ok cranking is 15 psi so its the 3rd new pump so not that.. what could it be? Ive blown air through the fuel lines, has be that regulater on bowl right? If so how do I fix? Thanks for your help so far
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I would remove the 19mm (I think) brass plug and inspect the spring (bent or kinked), plunger and bore (scored) to see if it might be hanging open. Cheers!
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OK will do when get in from work today..Again thank you mr. Patric Feeley
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