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which is the fuel pump FUSE????

there isnt a freaking schematic of what the fuses in the fuse block are for ANYWHERE. not in the stupid manual, not in the stupid FSM.

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Since it is the fuel pump. IIRC the fuses are normally in the incabin fuse box. But you mentioned you couldn't find it. Try the in cabin fuse box again. I'll see if I can find anything else.

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Trial and error fes.

You doin spacers??

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GAY GAY GAY GAY GAY GAY GAY GAY GAY GAY GAY

POS GAY ****ing car.
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PIECE OF ****ING ****. NOT EVEN THE FSM CAN U BEeLIVE THIS BULL****???????
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It's right in the FSM you dumbas5.

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Because I have pitty on you for being a retard, here you go

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You doin spacers??
You don't need to pull the injectors/rail for spacers. So that can some some hassel.
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the instructions say to disconnect the fuse to relieve the pressure from the fuel system. even tho i relieved the pressure i still got fuel everywhere wtf.

Its FUSE #29 third from the right on the bottom row.

man **** this, this deserves its own thread.
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Poor fes

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the instructions say to disconnect the fuse to relieve the pressure from the fuel system. even tho i relieved the pressure i still got fuel everywhere wtf.

Its FUSE #29 third from the right on the bottom row.

man **** this, this deserves its own thread.
DId you run the car until it died, and then did you crank it a few times after that?
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I changed the fuel filter in my b12 a few times and never did anything to the fuel system and never had a problem with leaking fuel....dunno.

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DId you run the car until it died, and then did you crank it a few times after that?
yes, i did that. i cranked till all it did was crank.
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When I did my spacers, I didnt leak any fuel, and I didnt do anything to release fuel pressure. You can just pull off the fuel rail with all the injectors as one piece. IIRC, there were just 4 clips holding the injectors in the manifold.
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yeah but one of the injectors stayed plugged to the mani and that's when the squitage begun.
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