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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by lunchbox, Jul 11, 2006.

  1. lunchbox

    lunchbox 1/2 ton status

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    im trying to install a throttle body spacer (easy right?) i cant seem to find the fuse for the fuel pump can sombody tell me where it is?
     
  2. 1985_K5_Silverado

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    Any particular year, make and model of vehicle?

    Do you need the additional height of the spacer for linkage clearance (oddball custom induction setups make it a necessity on occasion), or just to take advantage of amazing increases in both fuel economy and power, all at an unbelieveably low price for the promised benefits?
     
  3. 3rdshiftdesign

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    Wow, they really give you that much of a fuel increase and power, for so cheap? :haha:
     
  4. lunchbox

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    its an 87 tbi 305
     
  5. ryan22re

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    Why would you need to find the fuel pump fuse?

    Leaving the key off should be sufficient. Unless you need to bleed off pressure, which there isnt much, just slowly open the lines. Or disconnect the fuel pump relay on the passenger side firewall and crank it over.
     
  6. 79Beast

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    The ECM feeds the fuel pump. Pull the ECM fuse.
     
  7. dave_90_blazer

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    the TBI trucks bleed the pressure off on their own, just crack the lines, shouldn't spray
     

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