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How much fuel psi should be at the fuel rails on 94 rodeo?

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2006-10-31 18:39:08
2006-10-31 18:39:08

I have a 93 rodeo 3.2 v6 (4x4) and it is rated at 125 psi (NAPA) but the engine only needs 90 psi

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