ATD-5567 Fuel Injection Pressure Tester Owner`s Manual

ATD-5567 Fuel Injection Pressure Tester Owner`s Manual
ATD-5567
Fuel Injection Pressure Tester
Owner’s Manual
Basic fuel injection tester includes large and small Schrader adapters, M6-1.00 O-ring adapter and tee manifold.
Includes everything needed to test the following systems:
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WARNING: This product contains chemicals, including lead, known to the State of California to cause cancer,
birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.
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FUEL INJECTION TESTER
Fuel Injection Fuel Pump Pressures –
Consult factory manual or dealer when possible since pressures may vary from year to
year.
WARNINGS:
1. Do not loosen hose or fitting on the car
until you have placed a cloth around it.
Fuel may be under pressure in the
system and could spray out, creating a
fire hazard and/or personal injury.
Dispose of cloth properly.
2. It is best to do fuel injection testing while
the engine is cold, so if any fuel is spilled,
it will not catch fire on a hot engine.
3. Do not allow any dirt to enter the system
as it might clog fuel injectors.
4. To prevent leaking, use pipe compound or
gasket sealer on the pipe threads of the
gauge where it screws into the tee or hose
assembly. Use sparingly so that it does not
get into the fuel system.
Electronic Bosch L&D
Jetronic, Standard Schrader
INSTRUCTIONS:
All tests are made at idle at the high pressure
side of the fuel pump. This would be the side
toward the fuel rail and injectors. After reading and heeding WARNINGS (above), with
the engine OFF , connect the tester using
appropriate hook-ups A, B, C, or V, (see diagram next page) depending on the car you
have:
A. Typical hook-up with 1/4˝ fuel line.
B. Typical hook-up with 5/16˝ fuel line.
C. Typical hook-up for standard
Schrader-type valve.
V. Special hook-up for Volkswagen.
V. Special Volkswagen Hook-up
B
A
C
V
1. Assemble special VW hook-up as “ V” in
diagram, slipping bottom hose clamp on
the bottom loosely. Tighten upper hose
clamp.
2. Remove cap from special testing hose
barb on car.
3. Push 1/4˝ hose onto hose barb on the car,
and tighten lower hose clamp securely.
4. Start engine.
5. Read gauge and adjust fuel pump
pressure if necessary.
6. Stop engine.
7. Remove tester from car.
8. Replace cap on testing barb. Check for
leaks.
A & B. Typical Hook-up
1. Loosen hose clamp on high pressure side
of fuel pump.
2. Pull hose off fuel pump.
3. Connect hook-up A or B into the system
between the loose fuel line and the fuel
pump.
4. Tighten hose clamps securely on the
hose.
5. Start engine.
6. Read gauge and adjust fuel pump
pressure if necessary.
7. Stop engine.
8. Remove tester from the car.
9. Replace car’s fuel line hose, and
retighten clamp. Check for leaks.
C. Standard Schrader Valve Hook-up
1. Attach gauge to female pipe thread on
long hose assembly.
2. Screw on female swivel coupling to the
test fitting on the car.
3. Start engine.
4. Read gauge and adjust fuel pump
pressure if necessary.
5. Stop engine.
6. Remove tester from the car. Check for
leaks.
Ford Fuel Injection Adapter,
Small Valve
INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Attach gauge to the hose assembly that
has the female pipe thread, using pipe
sealer. (Assembly C)
2. Hand-tighten male end of Ford Fuel
Injection Adapter onto the female end of
the gauge hose assembly.
3. Screw on female swivel coupling to the
test fitting on the car.
4. Start engine.
5. Read gauge and adjust fuel pump
pressure if necessary.
6. Stop engine.
7. Remove tester from the car. Check for
leaks.
Honda Fuel Injection Adapter
INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Attach gauge to the hose assembly that
has the female pipe thread, using pipe
sealer. (Assembly C)
2. Hand-tighten large male end of Honda
Fuel Injection Adapter onto the female
end of the gauge hose assembly.
3. Remove the screw from the test port on
the bolt holding the banjo fitting onto the
fuel filter. (Fuel filter is under the hood,
just in front of the fire wall, on the
passenger side.)
4. Screw gauge hose assembly hand tight
into where screw was removed.
5. Start engine and measure fuel pressure.
6. To disconnect , wrap connection in a rag.
Do not disconnect over a hot engine or
manifold.
7. Replace and tighten the screw to the
banjo bolt. Check for leaks.
042-42130 - Rev B
ATD-5567
71300 Gauge
41458 Lens
41152
11301
71304 Honda M6 Male
43051 O-ring
37443
60210
71301 GM Hose
40128 O-ring
41027 Depressor
35031
71324 GM Hose 6’ length (optional / not included)
34021
71303 Ford Hose
41853 O-ring
Depressor not replaceable
ORDERING PART#
42130
52001
71300
71301
71303
71304
71302
11301
34021
35031
37443
41152
60210
71324
PART DESCRIPTION
INSTRUCTION SHEET
PLASTIC POUCH
GAUGE ASSEMBLY 2.5 ga 100 PSI 1/4 MNPT
HOSE ASSEMBLY - GM (GAUGE HOSE) STD SCHRADER
HOSE ASSEMBLY - FORD
HOSE ASSEMBLY - HONDA 6MM MALE
SMALL PARTS KIT INCLUDES:
REDUCER ADAPTER 1/4"F X 1/8" MALE
HOSE 1/4" ID x 6"
HOSE 5/16" ID x 6"
1/4" HOSE BARB x 1/4" FNPT
3/8" HOSE CLAMP
FUEL MANIFOLD
GM HOSE 6' LONG (NOT INCLUDED)
(Rev 02-17)
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