Originally Posted by Shane34
How do you go about checking the fuel pressure??
You'd need a fuel pressure gauge. Now there is a test port on the fuel rail (which is where you would screw the fuel pressure gauge into), you could
take the cap off of that and push in the schrader valve and see if any fuel shoots out, but then there'll be gas all over the place. That's an "up to you" kinda thing. You'll know if
there is fuel pressure or not, but you won't have any idea if it's the proper
fuel pressure. If you do get a hold of a gauge, I believe it's supposed to be between 45-50psi...don't quote me on that one, though.