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Join Date: Feb 2002
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There's fuel in the fuel rail but it will seep out when you take the rail off and then that's that.
The fuel rails are only under pressure when the fuel pump is running, so if you want to drain the rails first you can disable the pump (remove the connector) and then crank the engine over a bit to clear the fuel out of the rails.
When you want to re-start it, you should turn the ignition on and off half a dozen times, for the fuel pump to re-prime the empty rails. When you crank it over, just give it one or two turns at a time, so that fuel has a chance to pressurise up again... but it will do that pretty quickly. My old '55 took about 3 or 4 normal attempts to re-start.
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