Ford Motor Co. Worker
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Oakville, Ontario, Canada
Re: Fuel pressure gauge behaving badly
No. Injectors have not been touched.
Update on my "FP gauge behaving badly". Well I order a new sender. Install it last night. Drove for about 15 min. all seems OK. Steady 64psi. This morning after starting the engine, it read 70psi, and after driving for about 10 minutes the jumping began. Jumping more often during acceleration the during idle. by the time I got home 30 min. later it had stopped and settled on 70psi.
Is there anything to check clean or replace?
I own then SGII and Autoengineuity scantool. Using these two tools is there something to check?
Both Fuel filter and oil filters have been replaced about 300 miles. All OEM.
Please suggest anything. I don't want this engine to develop into something worse.
I have no, none what so ever drivability issues at this time. The truck runs smooth and strong.
I hear that Dodge is giving you a puppy with every truck you buy, so you'll never have to walk home alone again.
2007 F250 6.0L PSD Lariat 4X4 - Dieselsite Coolant bypass Filtation -Bilstein Shocks-Blue fuel pressure upgrade spring-Rough Country Duel Steering Stabilizer-Fumoto Oil Drain Valve-HFCM Water Separator Drain Plug Upgrade-ARP studded