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Fuel Pressure. Rotary-engined cars frequently suffer from fuel starvation caused by inadequate fuel pump delivery at full throttle. The problem arises because the pump, though it may deliver adequate pressure at idle, cannot hold that pressure when the engine demands more fuel.
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2003 F150: 5.4 engine..my fuel pressure and i..enough pressure - Answered by a verified Ford Mechanic
Types 1098-EGR and 1098H-EGR 2 Body Sizes and End Connection Styles See Table 1 Main Valve Maximum Inlet Pressure(1) 400 psig / 27.6 bar or body rating limit
Sounds more like your fuel pump is losing pressure when shut off, they are notorious for doing this and basically it just primes the lines with your first crank over, the lines are supposed to stay primed because this is a returnless system, your pump may work great but it's most likely on it's way out, simple fuel pressure check will confirm this, lots of posts about this on here
Ok there is no drain on this housing, but one side does have a fuel pressure regulator that bolts to the housing with 4 small screws. There is an o-ring style gasket there that should be replaced then rechecked.
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C.J. Snyder is back with more tips & tricks to help keep a Ford 6.0 liter going strong! Be sure & check out Part I as well!. When talking about the Ford 6.0, the big issue that people have with them is the fact that the head gaskets love to blow out, and the EGR cooler loves to blow, causing plumes of white smoke to billow out of the exhaust like you’re fogging for mosquitos.