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Old 11-03-2003, 05:12 PM
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relieve the pressure

by removing the cap at the front of the fuel rail nest the T-stat housing and bleed the pressure off like letting the air out of a tire. This will allow the the FPR to both come out easier(becuasae there will little to no pressure applied against it and lessen the amount of gasoline that spills out. Word of caution, have the replacement in hand or vcertainly at the ready so that you can plug it in IMMEDIATELY after removing the other. At almost $2/gal , you certainly don't want 93= octane spilling all over the concrete

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