PMD Products Manometer Fuel Injection Pressure Tester Gauge Kit System w/Schrader Valve Fittings 0-140 psi
PMD Products Manometer Fuel Injection Pressure Tester Gauge Kit System w/Schrader Valve Fittings 0-140 psi by PMD Products at Daily News Detroit. MPN: 12000. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Comes with adapters, hoses & fittings, suitable for most cars and trucks and fuel injection systems 3.5'' Versatile fuel pressure gauge kit features
Product Description & Reviews
Comes with adapters, hoses & fittings, suitable for most cars and trucks and fuel injection systems 3.5'' Versatile fuel pressure gauge kit features a special expanded 1lb. increment dual dial for accurate reading, with a scale of 0-140 PSI /0-10 bar scale Designed with a relief valve and 6 feet of tubing to relieve the pressure and fuel safely Also allows checking for sufficient fuel flow Gauge designed with shockproof cover and hook for convenient use The fuel pressure gauge kit equipped with pressure release valve makes it safe and fast to use Whole kit packed in a molded case making it easy to store and organize the equipment Tests all fuel injection systems both foreign and domestic. The pressure test kit checks electronic and standard Continuous Injection Systems, GM throttle body, GM 2.2L, 2.5L and 5.7L adapter (non multi-port), Ford CFI, Ford EFI, Ford EFI multi-port, Honda Acura Multi-port (PGM-FI) adapter, Asian and European AFC, CIS Testing assembly with Ball valve. E & K Jetronic and CISE adapters. Features gauges with gauge protectors for accurate testing from 5-140 psi Includes late model GM, Chrysler, Mitsubishi and European applications Large 3-1/2" gauge with dual reading of 0-150 psi and 0-1,000 KPA , All adapters, gauge and hose assemblies feature a quick coupling system for speedy and efficient testing connection Uniquely designed relief valve relieves the pressure and the fuel safely Allows checking for sufficient fuel flow Kit includes: Gauges, Gauge hoses with blow down valve, CIS/TBI Test Hose with shut off, Small and Large Schrader test hose (.308x32thread, 7/16x20 thread), Double ended barb fittings, 5/16" hair pin hose Ford, 3/8" hair pin hose GM Chrysler, Ford EFI spring lock hose, MCA MA valves,
Features & Highlights
- Tests GM, Ford, Chrysler, Honda/Acura, Toyota, Lexus, Mitsubishi, European applications, Bosch CIS and L-Jetronic
- Adapts to work with test port connections, end of hose connections and in-line connections.
- Comprehensive kit of adaptors and fittings for modern Schrader test-port fuel injection systems. Large Gauge reads to 140 psi Important on higher pressure systems
- Includes assorted hoses with brass fittings, brass fittings and steel clamps to work on most vehicles
- Include specialty 5/16" hair pin hose Ford, 3/8" hair pin hose GM Chrysler, Ford EFI spring lock hose
Fuel Pressure Testers
6 x 15 x 20 inches
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