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schrader valve location?

i give up. where is the schrader valve on the fuel rail located on 01+ 3.0s?

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Huh? For what? There is one on each tire....
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oops sorry, the schrader valve on the fuel rail.
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Ah.. best bet is just follow the fuel rail.. typicly its sitting right on top in the open.. sorry thats the only advice I have on that.. Bob or John should be able to advise better than me..
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i looked along the fuel rail last night, with no luck. i've probably looked right at it 10 times and not realized thats what i'm looking at, heh.
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It has a little cap on it just like tires.. the one on my truck was grey so maybe you just glanced over it..
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i saw a small plastic gray capped thing... in between injector 1 and 2, but i figured thats not it because i thought it'd be before the 1st injector and after the fuel filter.
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that is it. the schrader valve is the on the fuel rail is basically the same thing as what is on your tire. it has the same cap and everything. usually used for the fuel rail cleaning bout it.
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Yeah, he found it. I was telling him the same thing you guys were telling him by PM, lol. The fact that it was capped like that had him fooled but he got it.
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i'll tell ya what stumped me more than the cap, was the fact that i wasnt expecting it to be in between two injectors. for some reason, i was assuming it was before the first injector.
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