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Old 12-06-2008, 17:56   #1 (permalink)
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Where is the fuel pressure regulator on my car? Or does it have something similiar?
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Re: fuel pressure regulator

ok sorrry i thaught you were talking about something else on the other post. Im not really sure where it is it will have to be on the fuel line somewhere. You can test the fuel preasure with a tester and make sure its got the right PSI.
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Where is the fuel pressure regulator on my car? Or does it have something similiar?
On the fuel rail, has a vacuum line going to it.
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Re: fuel pressure regulator

does it look like an inline round fuel filter?

(chase) if i turn the idler screw it idles back to where it was, I think its a filter or regulator
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Well never hurt to try lol.
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Old 12-07-2008, 17:48   #6 (permalink)
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Re: fuel pressure regulator

Thanks for your help, i have a pretty good running car now. It wasnt the regulator, it was a clogged fuel filter. All that trouble over a 4$ part. lol.

The motor mounts were completely demolished. The motor was moving up and down about 3" There was no rubber left, all that was left was metal.

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