I checked my fuel pressure and when I primed the pump it was 52, do you mean the fuel pressure measurements from when the car is running?OK, the battery and vacuum hose issues are gone now. What about code history? Really, though, I think several of us are strongly suspecting fuel pressure. Getting a handle on that is going to be essential, even if you have to buy a gauge. A cheap one from Harbor Freight will be good enough.
I am unable to use the .mov files, so am crippled in trying to help. Simple jpg, bmp, or pdf are what I need to view things.
Okay I’ll take care of that, but hopefully it starts up and I can just get the fuel pressure while it idles. My car has no issues while running, quite the opposite, starting it is the only issue. there’s no issues I need to take note of while driving, do I still need to thread the gauge up to my windshield so I can keep track? Cuz unless I can constantly bleed it, I don’t see how those recordings would be accurate or pertinent (in response to Billr)Yes. You betcha.