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Has anyone done a fuel pressure test on a Versa. If so, please explain how. Thank you!
Hope this helps. (See link)

If you are referring to the 1.6L HR16DE, the process is slightly different. You can download the FSM from NICOclub or Cardiagn.com for your Versa to find the exact procedure.

The HR16DE is used in all three generations currently, but was slightly altered after each redesign (the 1.8L MR18DE was offered alongside the 1.6L in the 1st gen models as an option on S and SL trims).


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Has anyone done a fuel pressure test on a Versa. If so, please explain how. Thank you!
I posted a reply to your forum post that is awaiting admin/moderator approval for some reason.

This question has been asked before in the forums, and can be found in the search bar. Reposting the same topic repetitively in other sub forums could get you muted for a little while. It bumps to the top of the feed for new activity, so there's really no need to.
 

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Thanks MrDaggs,
After a few days of zero replies on my previous post, I questioned whether I was posting in the wrong forum. Can you shoot me the title of the thread of someone performing a fuel pressure test, or just message me your reply. The only one that seemed close had a reply from amc49 who suggested splicing in near the throttle body, and the other reply was from 07Versa6MT who said to splice in at the sending unit, but he also said the test is useless. So, 2 posters saying splice in at different points and one of the 2 saying the test is useless didn't instill the greatest confidence. So, that's why I posted simply asking if anyone has Actually done a fuel pressure test on a Versa.
Please know that I did search before posting, meant no disrespect to the site or forums intended, not a newbie to the new or old site. Just askin for some advice. If you've done a fuel pressure test on an 07-12 Versa, you can shoot me a DM of the process if your response is being held up by Mods. I'd be greatly appreciative to hear your steps.
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Hope this helps. (See link)

If you are referring to the 1.6L HR16DE, the process is slightly different. You can download the FSM from NICOclub or Cardiagn.com for your Versa to find the exact procedure.

The HR16DE is used in all three generations currently, but was slightly altered after each redesign (the 1.8L MR18DE was offered alongside the 1.6L in the 1st gen models as an option on S and SL trims).


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Hey Versa_gtir, I'm truly thankful that the moderator released the hold on this message. I didn't get a notification but I circled back around and your message helped prompt me to return to the Factory Service Manual. Section EC-574 Fuel Pressure Test is very helpful. The only problem is, I can't find the part, the Fuel Tube Adapter (KV10118400) that the manual refers to Anywhere. There is only one site that popped-up in Google for that specific part, and it's in the UK. If anyone knows of a store, site or link in the states to find this adapter, please respond. I know there are multiple generic fuel line/fuel tube adapters available from sites like Rockauto, but I don't want to gamble on the size. I already bought the generic fuel pressure test kit from harbor freight, but there is no adapter to tie into the quick connect (female side) once I get it released. I can hose clamp the male side, but need an adapter (that fits) for the female side. I've seen multiple references to the Fuel Tube Adapter in multiple FSMs under both part number KV10118400 & KV10120000, but can't find them anywhere other that some generic UK site (No offense to the UK, but I don't want to pay $30 plus $30 shipping for essentially a piece of fuel pipe with a barb on it, but I do want the right size). As always, thanks to the community, and thanks to Versa_gtir. For reference, mine is a MR18DE SL.
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