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Old 04-17-2015, 04:51 AM   #1
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Fuel Pressure Specification

I am going to check the fuel pressure on my Ford F-53, year 2000 chassis, 2001 motorhome build, Triton V-10.

Can anyone give me the Fuel Pressure Spec?
AND if there is a reference to the spec, please post it so I can print it out.
I have been reading that the spec is 35-40 psi but want to be sure.

I am going to hook up to the fitting on the engine as soon as I locate it.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 04-18-2015, 10:30 AM   #3
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The Spec is 30-45psi but unless you have a blower or some way of putting pressure in the vacuum nipple on the fuel pressure regulator you will not see more than 40psi.

At idle you will get from 30 to 34psi depending on the vacuum the engine is making.
If you snap the throttle wide open you should see 40psi or if you punch it wide open going up a hill.

The pressure tests do not mean much unless you are doing a road test as the fuel flow is too low while parked.


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