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Where is the fuel pump relay located?
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Thanks, already had that covered in a previous post.
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Old 10-24-2011, 07:18 PM
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If I wanted to test for leaking fuel injectors what is the best way to do this. Does anyone have a write up on removing the fuel rail with the injectors attached?
After reading numerous thread about the 5.7 doing this on different sites...I'm pretty sure that this could be the problem.

Just need some info on the proper way to remove and test. I was hoping there was a write up.
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Old 10-25-2011, 11:26 AM
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Re: WK Starting Issue

Not sure how to test, but this will get them off.
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Re: WK Starting Issue

its back in the dealership....going on day 3.
They have checked the fuel pressure and it does not seem to be a leaking fuel injector (its not losing fuel pressure). They have a fuel pressure guage mounted and have even drove around and taped it to the windshield and have not noticed any fuel pressure issues. They also have a computer in the passenger set hooked up and have not picked anything up.
No stored codes, no check engine line, etc. Has only done the long crank once while it has been thier. They have drove it around town and warmed the motor and parked it and its been starting fine. They havent had any luck replicating the issue. Any further advice would be appreciated. It seems like such a simple problem, but hard to pin-point.
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Fuel rails were pulled today...no leaks were present
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