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Old 02-26-2004, 07:50 PM   #1
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Question Symptoms of a malfunctioning fuel rail pressure sensor?

My car if falling flat on its face at 5000 rpm on the dyno. We have backtracked and checked everything with no solution. I have my fuel rail pressure sensor installed but, dangling in the engine compartment. I am running Aeromotive rails that don't have the attachment for this sensor. CPR custom made an attachment so I can run the sensor with the rails but, I won't have it until next week. We thought the EEC would pull a code but, can my fuel rail pressure sensor be the reason the car makes awesome power to 5000rpm and then starts missing, backfiring, etc? It simply runs great to 5000 and then runs awful.
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