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Sounds like your pressure fuel pump is 100%. Pressure regulator could be off. If your above 30psi after 5 mins you are probably OK. The pressure regulator works by bleeding pressure back to the tank. It sounds like it could be sticking a bit. At full throttle it probably closes all the way. I suspect at idle it should open to its max. Maybe just ...


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There are two values for the pressure since the maximum pressure is achieved at low or zero flow when the engine is not running and the other when the engine is consuming fuel. It is possible that the pump can deliver maximum pressure at zero flow, but not be capable of supplying fuel at the rate that the engine is using it at the required pressure - 30 to ...


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In most cars, the fuel system should hold the pressure for quite a while. You shouldn't see a significant drop in fuel pressure after engine/pump shut off. What you are probably experiencing here is leak back at the pump. There should be a check ball or some means to prevent fuel from flowing back through the pump after it's shut off. This ensures fuel ...


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Looks like it's on the fuel rail by the throttle body. 2000 Honda Accord LX 3.0 Sedan Place a shop towel under the fuel pressure regulator, then relieve fuel pressure.. Disconnect the vacuum hose (A) and fuel return hose (B). Fig 1: Disconnecting Vacuum Hose & Fuel Return Hose Loosen the locking nut (C), and remove the fuel ...


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I don't know what is R/R? but the reason for "1 volt" is because you need electricity to create energy with alternator. Because they do not use permanent magnets, they rely on electricity to magnetize the coils. Also part of the generated electricity is used to generate even more energy. This won't happen if the alternator is completely disconnected from ...


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