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HPOP Pressure

Anyone know what the HPOP pressure should be at idle?

I have a very sick PS, and just started troubleshooting. Trying to get the oil and fuel pressure readings.

I am getting about 100 lbs at idle, and if I rev it up to about 2k RPM I get about 2000 PSI.

But I don't know what is normal.

This is on my 99 PS not the one in the pic.

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4-500. Check the nut on the back of the IPR and check the ICP sensor to see if it's leaking internally.

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