Remove the gas cap, pull the fuse to the fuel pump (15 amp - check your owner's manual for the location and identification), then start the engine and let it run until it stalls. The Chilton's manual recommends also cranking the engine for ten additional seconds after this. If you let the car sit over night before beginning this procedure, the engine probably won't even start after removing the fuse, and only a few seconds of engine cranking are necessary.
Take the gas cap off and relieve the pressure on the tank. There will still be a little pressure in the lines but not so much. Wear eye protection . Good luck.
Remove the gas cap. If you do not hear the pressure release, then press the shrader valve located on the fuel rail.
To relieve pressure before it can cause damage to the system that is pressurized.
There is a "banjo" nut on the top of the filter housing, place a rag over it and loosen it gradually to bleed off the pressure.
On the fuel rail of the 93 explorer there is a pressure valve. With the battery disconnected, place a rag around the valve to catch any fuel. depress the valve until the fuel stops coming out.
on my 1994 ford ranger, i just removed the holding rings on each end of the in and out line very slowly until the pressure was released. you will get a bit of gas spray but nothing serious. hope this helps. fordman.
Fuel tank must relieve pressure before you remove it.
Look for a Schrader valve on the fuel rail and press it to relieve pressure. If there is not one remove the fuel cap and then be prepared for a small spray of fuel when you disconnect the filter. Place a rag around the connection before disconnecting it.
Yes but, if you relieve the pressure by opening the radiator cap (when engine is cold) then replace the radiator cap before removing the knock sensor, only a small amount of coolant will come out while you change the unit.
the fsm says to pull the fuel pump relay, then start the car. i have NEVER got this to work. i leave the car sit for at least overnite, then use rags to catch the excess fuel
Should be behind the gas tank. Make sure you relieve the fuel pressure before you disconnect it. You can relieve the fuel pressure by removing the fuse for the fuel pump (f/p)and turning the car over.
There is no such thing as normal water pressure, it is changing all the time due to demand in the water distribution system. If a PRV is needed then the pressure is higher upstream than is wanted.
no you dont It is safe to leave the water on, whislt changing the stem If you don't want any problems, turn the pressure off.
Remove engine cover; regulator is in on the back fuel rail on the right-hand end. Relieve pressure before removing regulator. Total time < 30 minutes.
Near the rear of the vehicle up near the gas tank; RELIEVE FUEL PRESSURE FIRST BEFORE REMOVING THE FILTER!!!
No, you do not have to and in some cases you cannot. Unless your car has a fuel rail pressure relief valve, you can only be prepared for the spray of fuel when you disconnect the filter.
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It is on the frame under the car near the gas tank. Before removing it you will need to relieve the fuel pressure. Also, it will require special tools.
You can change it without releaving the pressure but I would reccommend bleading the pressure off using the steps below. Not bleading the pressure off will cause a fair (but manageable) amount of gas to spill out on you when you remove the filter. Take your gas cap off and then release the pressure from the fuel line under the hood. On the fuel rail is a schrader valve (which is similar in appearance to what you find on a bicycle tire). Place a rag around the valve to catch the gas that comes out. It will probably have high pressure initially so wear safety glasses of some sort. Also, (and this should go without saying...)make sure your engine is cold before doing this to prevent fumes from ignighting.
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start the truck then while it running pull the fuse for the fuel pump and allow the truck to die then fuel line have no pressure
AnswerYes! Allways use caution when working with fuel! If the car is "hot" there may be pressure. Also the system may be gravity feed and gasoline may flow out, and if you just turned on the ignition, it will have full pressure in the line. It will allways have some fuel pressure.Before changing the fuel filter locate the fuse or relay for the fuel pump and disconnect it, then start the truck until it dies. This will minimize pressure in the line.
the fuel pump should be located underneath the rear passenger seat but first you must disconnect the battery relieve the fuel pressure before you embark on removing it
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