the fuel pressure regulator is located inside the polycarbonate(black plastic looking) intake manifold. You have remove intake manifold from the engine and "split" it apart on a workbench or suitable supporting device because the bolts that hold the 2-piece intake manifold together are located on the bottom of the manifold. the fuel pressure regulator is located inside the polycarbonate(black plastic looking) intake manifold. You have to remove the intake manifold from the engine and "split" it apart on a workbench or suitable supporting device because the bolts that hold the 2-piece intake manifold together are located on the bottom of the manifold.
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.
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?
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.
i believe it is under upper part of intake by injectors- not very easy to get to. u sure it has to be changed??
check fuel pressure regulator
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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).
it's probably not, check your distributor, i had similar problems, changed regulator, fuel pump, car still would stall or hard start. it turned out to be my distributor. i will repeat, this is a problem with the villager, they go bad quick.
rock that is changed by heat and pressure is a metamorphic rock
Have you checked to see if the spark plugs are firing?
The 1998 Chevrolet Astro Van voltage regulator is part of the alternator. The voltage regulator cannot be individually changed. You will need to change the entire alternator.
it could be fuel pump pressure is over 38 psi., causing it to flood out. check your fuel pressure regulator and pull vac. line off while it is running,see if speed changes,if not try new fuel pressure regulator. the info your have given needs more info, like low on oil ,could the engine be seizing when it warms up? there are a gammit of possiblities for this question.
I would almost bet your problem is the throttle positioning sensor( located on top of the engine and slightly to the left of center) my problem was the fuel pressure regulator!! after driving the car pull off the vacuum hose on your fuel pressure regulator, if you get any gas that comes out the vacuum hose ,your fuel pressure regulator is bad!!! this was a major headache that i finally fingered out!!! :)
NO. the regulator is part of the engine computer.
I had the same problem with a 98 contour, It was the fuel pressure regulator.
Sounds like an ignition module....
have you changed the window regulator motor? It happened to me when I changed the passenger window regulator motor, my Leon was a 00 and the window regulator motor was a 02 model Leon and it wasn't communicating with the cars CPU properly so had to get another one second hand from a crashed 00 Leon
Metamorphic, changed by pressure and heat
You have the change the orifice and the regulator (because LP and Natural gas are at a diffrent pressure). I've used adaptors from a camping suppy store. this is not totally true. If you look at the side of the regulator, it might have a marking on it that says LP/NG. This is an auto adjust on the regulator that you can use a screwdriver to change from one to the other. However if you don't have the markings then it will need to be changed.
When a 1999 S10 is sluggish and surging with going up hills, perhaps there is a problem with the transmission. The filter might need to be changed, more fluid added, or it might need a complete overhaul.
Check to see whats missing when it won't start. Needs fuel & gas to run.
I have changed the fuel pump on my 1993 Pontic Bonneville, it still is stalling any clues why? could be Fuel Pressure Regulator http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKtR_yF7bi8&feature=related
I'm not sure what you mean by sluggish, but 2 things I would check is that the fluid is full, and that the filter has been changed in the last 30,000 miles.
There are several things that can cause this in your 1988 Jeep. The most common cause is a malfunctioning fuel pressure regulator.