1994 D90 ST
New fuel pump, new injectors, pressure regulator holds a vacuum. What else could be bleeding off fuel pressure while it sits?
use a set of hose pinch pliers on the rubber return line right after the regulator, connect pressure tester, build pressure on fuel line by priming fuel pump. monitor static pressure. this will help diagnose if fuel pressure regulator leaks or fuel rail leaks including new injectors.I guess I can. Not sure how though.
totally different animals and set up, a 77 2.25 carbureted versus a 94 fuel injected V8. too many variables on your vehicle to offer a simple solution. Campbel has been chasing this issue for a while on the forum.I get this same problem on my 1977 2.25 with a weber 34ICH.
There is no return line on these, any ideas?
Bill, I was under impression this issue had been solved, my 95 classic left me stranded about 1/2 dozen times and returned on tow truck another 3 times, all of these because of lack of spark or weak spark. I always thought my fuel pump would have been the culprit.No I am still having the issue. I am pretty sure it is spark related but I am not really sure where to go from here. I have run new grounds and cleaned up the contacts and it doesnt seem to make any difference.
I can hear my pump kick on right away and it does it every time. This is also an issue hot or cold, so I am kind of at a loss.