2006 ford bantam 1.3 rocam

Asked by GuruR1B2Z Feb 10, 2020 at 01:07 AM about the Ford Bantam

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Good day, can someone tell  me if the fuel in the fuel rail should be pressurized after the vehicle is switched off. There is no pressure in the fuel rail when i remove my feed and return line, is there a non return valve in the fuel pump or perhaps in the fuel filter? I replaced to fuel pump but to no avail.

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The fuel rail will stay pressurized for a while and slowly will loose its pressure. When the ignition is switched to ON, the fuel pump will come on for a second or so and switch off. On cranking to start the fuel pump switches on until the engine is switched OFF. The fuel line pressure should be about 2.8 Bars.

Thank you for the reply, what i found is that the fuel injectors has a code -ys6u-ja on it, according to a google search it belongs in a ford focus 2.0 engine? Busy searching what the correct part number for the 1.3 rocam engine should be.

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