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Still trying to figure out how to actually test it, I believe I either splice in a fitting or need a special tester, there is no schrader valve on the rails.

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Re: O2 sensor: Location and testing

Just as a point of reference, the LTFT on both banks of my 3.7 are running at 0. The STFT on both banks runs between + and - 3 percent. Onced warmed uo the rear O2 sensors both sit right at .7 volts and don't move even at idle.

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Re: O2 sensor: Location and testing

Trying to hook up my pressure gauge, as far as I can tell it hooks up to the connection at the back of the pas. side rail pictured below. However after removing the black clip I am unable to remove the fuel line.

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Re: O2 sensor: Location and testing

I believe you will need a special tool to remove the fuel line. Are you sure there is no schrader valve on one of the rails?
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Re: O2 sensor: Location and testing

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I believe you will need a special tool to remove the fuel line. Are you sure there is no schrader valve on one of the rails?
OMG I just googled silver cap on fuel rail and found out that the thing I didn't want to break by taking it off (because I didn't know what it was) is the cap to the schrader valve. GRRRRRRR. Thank you for making me think a little harder.
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Ok after removing and finding no Schrader valve, a little more research told me that I should not have removed it because now it leeks and I have to replace the whole rail. uploadfromtaptalk1392145556476.jpguploadfromtaptalk1392145574877.jpg

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My attention is now turning to the 4WD system, it feels like it's engaged more then it should and creating drag in the system. Just did a 200 mile trip, 80% highway, averaged 12.8mpg. Now tell me there isn't something wrong.

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