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Old 09-29-2008, 02:08 AM   #1
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How do I conect fuel pressure safty switch?

I read the manual and it said to place the pressure switch right after the fuel filter. But this seems pretty unconvincing to me so I am thinking of other alternatives. Well I got the fuel feed line from cfm, and the NX fuel pressure safety switch. It came with an adapter. What I was thinking is to put it right in between the cfm fuel feed line and the fuel supply line for the solenoid. Is that a good place??

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That is exactly how I did it. It worked when I tested it too.
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