it something with fuel delivery maybe a bad fuel pump, filter, or fuel pressure regulator
A plugged up fuel filter, a faulty fuel pressure regulator or a faulty fuel pump.
Fuel pressure regulator built into fuel filter
Could be, plugged fuel filter, plugged catalytic converter, restricted exhaust (bent tail pipe) or incorrect fuel pressure (faulty pump or regulator).
the FPR(fuel pressure regulator) is part of the fuel filter assembly. Which will cost you about $60-$80
The gas is probably not leaking into the filter but the engine. It's caused by a broken diaphragm on the fuel pressure regulator. Replace regulator
The oil pressure switch on a 1997 Chevy Blazer is located on the bottom of the engine, near the oil filter. It monitors the output and pressure of the oil pump.
The oil pressure switch on a 1998 Chevy Blazer is on the side of the engine block. It is located above the oil filter.
The filter is part of the fuel pump/strainer/pressure regulator assembly in the fuel tank.
Its included in the fuel filter 98-02
I belive it to be built into the fuel filter on the e46
Fuel regulator is part of the fuel filter under the car by the drivers side passenger door
Incorrect fuel pressure or flow because of a faulty fuel pump, faulty fuel pressure regulator or a plugged fuel filter. If the check engine light is illuminated, check the code(s) first.
Fuel filter, fuel regulator are fuel pump.
Try replaceing the filter or the fuel pressure regulator.
Check: - tune up (plugs, wires, air filter, fuel filter, pcv valve) - fuel pressure/fuel pressure regulator/fuel pressure relay
May be on top of the oil filter
The fuel pressure regulator is underneath the fuel filter bowl on the righthand side of the motor. It has a two wire connector plug that goes into it. Also it is underneath the oil pressure sensor switch.
The 99 Blazer could be sluggish for several reasons. Check the air filter fuel pressure and EGR valve for a start.
You will find the fuel pressure regulator on the passenger side of the car just behind the valve cover. follow the fuel filter usually gold in color and the lines attached to it from the passenger inner fender wall to the regulator.
Dirty fuel filter. Incorrect fuel pressure (bad pump). Faulty fuel pressure regulator. Contaminated fuel (water). Restricted exhaust (bad catalytic converter). Check for any codes set in the ECM.
Its in the fuel tank is going to be on top of the tank its the fuel pressure regulator and fuel filter in one.
Where is the fuel filter located on a 1990 chevrolet blazer?
Check the pressure regulator, fuel filter and fuel pump.
The fuel filter is part of the fuel pump and pressure regulator assembly. You must remove the fuel tank to access it.