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Where do you check the fuel pressure on the 85 fiero 2.5 by chrislayton
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I've got a fuel pressure gauge. Never used it before but where do you connect in to the fuel system of the 85 fiero 2.5 liter engine? I don't see a shrader valve or anything to connect into unless I'm looking in the wrong place. What should the pressure be?
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Originally posted by Gall757:

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/127190.html

http://home.comcast.net/~fierocave/tbiadaptor.htm



Chris, as Gall provided above. You can rent the kit from O'Reilly's for $100 refundable deposit. Follow Ogre's steps, just goes inline where fuel filter goes, makes sure it's tight but not over tightened to A. not leak fuel B. damage threads. You'll want to test at Idle and under Load (driving) Works best to have a passenger watch the gauge making notes with it taped to the back window.
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