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Connect a fuel pressure guage to the schraeder valve on the fuel rail. Pressure should be about 28 psi at idle and if you bump the throttle - it should rise and then resettle to 28 once it falls back to idle.
It shouldn't be. I can't remember which side on the V6 right now (V8 it's on the driver's side) but the fuel rail should be right on top and one side will have a cap sticking up out of it. Under the cap is the valve.
thanks found it..checking it tomorrow..can you have a weak fuel pump? i been driving like this for month now and has not gone out..issue that i have is bad start up sometime and can not floor it over 3,000 rpms with out it bucking and choking..i replace mass,plugs and wires,also fuel fliter and it was clean..