The fuel pressure regulator is located on the fuel rail of the engine. The regulator is placed at end of the fuel rail.
At idle fuel pressure should be 30-37 psi.At WOT or without the pressure regulator vacuum hose attached it should be 38-46 psi.
You will have and possibly no start. Remove the regulator vaccum, turn the ignition on and it shouldn't spray gasoline, if it does the regulator is bad.
install a fuel pressure regulator and set it to 36 psi idle in a stock motor
just follow the positive line coming from the battery. The first component it meets should be the voltage regulator.
the voltage regulator is located in the voltage regulator compartment
The 2000 3.2 L should be a Multi-ort fuel injection system. If so, the fuel pressure regulator is attached to the end of the Fuel Rail. You can see this in a diagram the Chilton total car care repair manuel (about $14.00). If your not getting fuel pressure, check the fuel pump and the in line fuel filter as well.
You should go by the listed pressure on the side of the tire.
From the HAYNES MANUAL: With regulator vacuum hose attached: 31-38 psi ::: With regulator vacuum hose disconnected: 40-47 psi.
Did you replace the fuel filter? It can also be a bad fuel pressure regulator.
Malfunctioning emissions system. Get this repaired. Engine probably running rich from a leaking fuel pressure regulator. If there is fuel in the vacuum line the regulator is bad.
To change the window regulator on a 1997 Honda Civic the door panel will need to be removed. Once removed the regulator will be visible and can be replaced by taking off the mounting hardware.
i just got my 98 Honda accord driver's side window regulator replaced and it was $610 at the Honda dealership for the part + 3 hours of labor. what a rip off i just fixed my 2000 Honda accord driver's side window. cost $300+ with parts and labor. i looked everywhere and saw that the regulator and motor should cost less than $100, but they charged me about $200 for it. jerks.
it is inside the alternator. If the voltage regulator goes bad you have to change the whole alternatorAnswerIn your 1986 Honda prelude the voltage regulator should be separate from the Alternator. It should be a small black square with a five wire connector if i remember right. It should be mounted on the passenger side strut bubble inside the engine bay. Between the battery and the strut bubble and between the under hood fuse box and the engine. It is held on by two 10mm bolts. I know that this is where the voltage regulator is on my 1985 Honda prelude with the 1.8l carbed engine and since the 84-87 were mostly the same it should be the same on yours.
The voltage regulator for a 1991 Honda accord is mounted on the rear of the alternator. It is bolted on and can be replaced as a separate unit.
It runs underneath the car from the fuel tank then up the fire wall and into your fuel pressure regulator.
Most vehicle manufacturers now put the regulator inside the alternator.
The voltage regulator/rectifier is mounted on the battery case.
In the alternater!
the fuel rail
Inside the alternator
Basically yes- It uses a rectifier in place of a regulator
The recommended tire pressure should be stamped right on the tire.
You should by a new window regulator , not the motor. take your old motor off the old regulator and replace the old regulator, its off track for a reason, ....Its worn and damaged.AnswerYou should by a new window regulator , not the motor. take your old motor off the old regulator and replace the old regulator, its off track for a reason, ....Its worn and damaged. Kongkit Raggan-Supatanampon