Correction: It is a 1995 Chevy Corsica. Not a 1996.
It is inside the upper intake manifold. It is attached to the fuel injector poppets with a bracket. To inspect/replace you must remove the upper intake manifold.
I think the fuel pump is the regulator on fuel injected engines. The FPR is located on the driver's side of the engine, it has a vacuum hose going to it and is held on with a spring clamp similar to AC connector clamp. On most 1996 Chevy Tahoes the fuel pressure regulator is actually inside the intake manifold. You must remove the intake manifold to replace it.
It is located under the intake manifold, if you do not have external fuel injectors. Anybody have a picture of the location? Any special instructions to replace it?
You need to replace the manifold pressure sensor in most cases. The run from $20 to $100 and are fairly easy to replace.
u dont it does it by itself just put it in the area of fuel and boom a pressure regulator
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it is located inside the intake manifold
The Regulator for a 1994 Deville is mounted on the fuel rail. Disconnect the battery, then relieve fuel pressure. Remove the vacuum line from the regulator and unscrew it to replace.
The Fuel pressure regulator is the most likely cause. It is the circular device most visible after you take of the plastic cover for the engine. It has a vacuum line that connects to the Throttle body or intake manifold. What happens is the diaphragm in the fuel pressure regulator is leaking and allows raw fuel to leak through the vacuum line and into the manifold or throttle body. if you replace the fuel pressure regulator it should fix the problem.
Check fuel pressure regulator. Located behind the trottle on top of the plastic upper intake manifold. If fuel comes out when you take off vacuum line, replace fuel pressure regulator. Cheap fix. Good luck.
First off, why do you want to know where its at? to replace? The regulator is in the intake manifold housing ( I have a 97 C-1500, 4.3 ). Yes IN IT. You take the top cover off the manifold and it will be in the back. If you take the intake manifold cover off and see a puddle of gas in there, it is probably bad ( cost about $40 to $50 dollars at pep boys, they usually have it in stock) but if no gas puddle then I would leave it alone.
Yes.. But it would be cheaper to just buy the whole regulator and replace it.