I can hold a gas rag over the intake and it will run once gas is gone it will die want start any other way
Don't do it...the rag will get sucked in, then we're in for real trouble~ check instructions on how to "tune" these...it's going to take some research~
there are always other ways....a can of $4 "starting spray" should get things moving....question is, why is there NO fuel pressure....do you hear the hear the fuel rail pressurizing when the "on" position is selected?~
sounds like an intake air sensor or coolant temp sensor is not telling the computer to enrichen the mix here~ NO "check engine" lights? scan your codes or have them scanned at your auto parts store...we will not be replacin' stuff without knowing if it's really at fault here~
the fuel pressure regulator would make it run like poop if not attached to the vacuum source on the intake plenum~
If you have had a hard hit. Reset the fuel pump, shut off switch in trunk.
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