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Check your fuel pressure regulator. $40-$50 is what it will roughly be. Should be somewhere on the top side of the engine connected to your fuel injector rail. That would cause your flooding problem. Shouldn't be hard to do on your truck.
We've changed the fuel pump, pressure regulator, gas cap, and had a tune up and the pressure is still building...What else can it be?
The regulator for the 1997 Ford Thunderbird is bolted on the back of the alternator. While the regulator can be changed separately it is more commonly changed along with the alternator.
i had the same problem and after changing every part you can i bought a noid test light and traced it to a shorted fuel injector. you have to un plug and test every injector un till you find which one is not pulsing.with it unplugged the car should run mine did. then replace the bad injector,problem solved.i changed the fuelpump,filter,strainer,anti theft relayt,and the computer.before i checked the injectors so i spent a lot of money to find a $70 injector bad.i hope this helps you.
There are so many reasons for the miss. Some of them are: clogged injector, bad timing chain, bad valve, fuel pressure regulator the list goes on. I would do what you did and if it does not work I would go pay the 65.00 for a computer test at my local auto repair.
check fuel pressure regulator
The 2001 Cavalier has the regulator built into the alternator. As this is an integrated component the alternator and regulator are changed as a single unit.
First make sure fuel pump turns on for a few seconds to make sure the relay works check fuel filter then fuel injector pressure regulator
i believe it is under upper part of intake by injectors- not very easy to get to. u sure it has to be changed??
The BCD (buoyancy compensator/control Devise) low pressure line is connected to the second stage of the regulator. International Divers Incorporated devises are compatible with other manufacturers of two stage diving equipment.AdditionAny regulator will work. It is not the regulator, but the size of the low pressure inflator hose. The low pressure inflator hose can simply be changed if there is a size (fitting) issue. This should not be an issue unless you bought a used regulator where the previous owner used a different inflator on their BCD such as an inflator you can breath from (which often has a larger diameter inflator connection).
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