Fuel Pressure Testers
The Fuel Pressure Tester Kit works on most domestic fuel injected vehicles having a Schrader valve test port on the fuel rail. This includes Ford high pressure central fuel injection and GM, Ford, and Chrysler multi-port fuel injection. Multi-port means one fuel injector per cylinder.
Note: GM Throttle Body Injection (TBI) vehicles require Professional Fuel Pressure Tester Kit 885-CP7838.
Fuel pressure, engine vacuum, cylinder compression, and hydraulic brake pressure are things that all vehicles need to run/stop properly. Actron's vacuum and pressure testers can help you perform one-person brake bleeding and quickly diagnose fuel delivery systems, vacuum-operated components, intake and exhaust valves, piston rings, and head gaskets.
Whether you use them as a companion to Actron Scan Tools and Code Scanners or to "test and tune" an older vehicle, these vacuum and pressure tools allow you to isolate faults and gauge the condition of critical engine and brake systems.
I just bought one of these testers. Before opening it I read the back, and it said not to use it on flex fuel vehicles. Why not? Only regular gasoline is in the vehicle I intend to use it on.
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