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Old 06 Sep 2008, 06:46 pm
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Default i have a 1990 integra ls do it need priming after changing the feul pump,besides just turning the

key? i went through all the troubleshooting first to make sure the feul pump was actually the problem,were before i changed it the car wouldnt start unless i put gas down the intake,now it will start but runs a lil rough andwill stall if i press the gas pedal,i figure there might be air still in the lines
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