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Jason Crouse

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Most people have said the fuel pressure should be set around 52psi, I have to set mine much higher (around 64psi) at idle but as soon as we start to make a dyno pull it drops to around 52. Also after we shut the car off it doesn’t hold pressure and is always hard to start. Any thoughts? Thanks

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Good news is you didn’t burn it down starving it. Replace fuel pump.
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The inside of a Mazda fuel pump with description. 


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