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Old 01-23-2000, 09:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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fuel pressure relief valve?

i need to change fuel filter on 99 250 v10 does anyone know if there is a pressure release valve? if so, whre is it thanks
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Re: fuel pressure relief valve?

Randy,

I never found mine either. I have changed my filter twice now and have not had any problems. I park the truck and let it sit for a 1/2 hour or so. Haven't gotten sprayed yet.
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Re: fuel pressure relief valve?

V10man, that's good to know.i didn't think there would be too much pressure,but wasn't sure. thanks for info.
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Re: fuel pressure relief valve?

Hey guys,
Just for future reference, there is a schrader valve on the passenger side fuel rail towards the rear of the motor. This is the same spot that you would use as a source if you were installing a fuel pressure guage.
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