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That's not a fuel pressure issue. More like ICP/IPR issue. You need to get a scanner or autoengenuity on it to see what's going on. Surge like that is typically ICP, not fuel pressure, however fuel pressure is VERY important. You probably won't find any fuel pressure gauge help at Sears. Try sinister diesel/ITP for a gauge and adapter setup since it needs to screw into that plug just to the bottom left of the secondary fuel filter. I can't hear the sound the secondary filter is making, but I will venture to say that if you key on and don't see fuel running then you probably don't have a fuel leak or air getting into the system.
One other thought comes to mind is that it's simply cranky injectors. Regardless you need to get it on a scanner and get it checked out.
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Last edited by npccpartsman; 11-07-2010 at 04:01 AM.