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Old 08-09-2012, 12:48 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by suby2low
I would like to throw a couple of words of caution out there about the high pressure side of this fuel system. (Have been to some initial training on the FRS). The high pressure side of the fuel system has a built in pressure sensor that we can look at with scan tool data. We have seen pressures just north of 3000 Psi. The cautionary tail is that the high side pressure DOES NOT bleed down when the car is shut off. Even over an extended period of time. A couple of American engineers found this out the hard way. There is a high pressure bleed down procedure using the factory scan tools. Please be careful if you attempt to work on the fuel system.
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