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Old 08-31-06, 11:04 AM   #1
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Fuel System Diagram

I just bought an electric fuel pressure sensor to do some data logging of fuel pressure under load. From the robinette site it seems that I should install it in the fuel hose nearest the oil dipstick. Before I start cutting into my fuel line, I wanted to be sure I understand what I am doing. So, I made the attached diagram of the fuel system. I couldn't find any clear functional diagrams such as this in the factory service manual. Two questions.

Is this diagram correct?
Is the fuel pressure sensor in the correct location for measuring regulated pressure?
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Old 08-31-06, 05:34 PM   #2
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Very good drawing - that is where I put my psi sensor

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Very good drawing - that is where I put my psi sensor

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Thanks. What kind of pressure are you seeing at idle and WOT? My sensor is supposed to arrive today. I have come up with a circuit to interface it to the datalogit. Total cost will be less than $40!
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