That would be hard to do since the outlet at the tank is 5/16" and the inlet (return) is 1/4".
Code 52 will not set immediately, it takes time to meet the criteria to set the code, however you mentioned you had a Code 41...
If charging voltage or battery voltage is low the controller increases injector pulse width which will cause you to be rich and set a Code 52.
Regarding the fuel hose routing, yes I did route them correctly.
I figured I better check every last thing from the tank to the fuel rail, and the reason for my stupid question.Thanks Jan:
Regarding codes 41 and 52, thatís now making a lot of sense because a few months ago it started right up.
Then I didnít try to start it for the first time in months, and these things started happening.
The voltage gauge shows itís in a high state of charge.
Iím going to take the battery out and charge it.
Itís brand new and wasnít charged up before I installed it so Iíll bet itís low on charge.
The continuous brutal cold weather didnít help either.
Thanks again, because if itís that, and the car starts, then you saved me the cost of an FPR 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻