The mechanical fuel pump regulates the fuel pressure. This truck is not fuel injected. It has a carburetor.
The 1974 Chevy truck has a mechanical fuel pump with a built in pressure regulator.
It controls / regulates the fuel pressure.
It is in the throttle body.
It is bolted in the very top of the TBI housing behind the 2 injectors. The whole top of the housing will have to be replaced if the regulator is bad. It is all made together.
YES BUT RUN A FUEL PRESSURE REGULATOR. YOU WILL ALSO HAVE TO HOT WIRE THE FUEL PUMP IF IT IS IN THE TANK.
under the upper intake manifold.
they are fuel injected.
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It is built into the throttle body. Rebuild kits are available.
On a fuel injected truck it is a part of the computer behind the battery.On a fuel injected truck it is a part of the computer behind the battery.
It is under the upper intake manifold, attached to the bank of injector poppets.
It is in the fuel line on the driverside of the intake plenuem, The fuel line is black. The regulator is round and has a rubber hose hooked to it. It is held in by a medal clip.
do you have TBI ?
It is located under the upper intake manifold. It is attached to the bank of injector poppets also known as the "spider".
For non fuel injected models, on the side of the carburetor there is an idle screw. Turning the screw slightly will raise the idle on your Chevy truck.
possibly a fuel regulator or bad valve
If it is CFI, the fuel pressure regulator could be leaking fuel. If the check engine light is on, have the codes read.
Yes it is.
It is built into the alternator on todays automobiles.
if you have throtle body injection the regulator should be right on the throttle body it self.On a 1996 Chevy truck there is not a throttle body , the regulator is under the upper plenum(the plastic piece that sits on the intake)also the injectors are under there as well all 8 or 6 witch ever motor you have.
The fuel pressure regulator is part of the pump module in the fuel tank on a 2007 Ram 5.7L
You need 10psi for every 1000 rpms That’s perfectly fine oil pressure
This is for fuel injected:Removal & InstallationDisconnect the negative battery cable.Relieve fuel system pressure.Disconnect the ignition coil.Remove the upper intake manifold.Disconnect the vacuum line to the regulator.Remove the snap ring from the regulator housing.Place a towel under the regulator to absorb any spilled fuel and remove the pressure regulator from the fuel rail socket.Remove the pressure regulator from the fuel rail.Remove the pressure regulator O-ring filter, O-ring backup and O-ring and discard them.Exploded view of the pressure regulator assembly-MFI systemsTo install:Before installing the O-rings, lubricate them with clean engine oil and install them on the regulator inlet as a complete assembly.Install the snap ring retainer into the slot on the regulator housing.Connect the vacuum line to the regulator.Ensure that the retainer is properly seated in the slot in the regulator housing. Pull on the regulator to make sure that it is properly seated.Connect the negative battery cable.Turn the ignition ON for 2 seconds and then turn itOFF for 10 seconds. Again turn the ignition ON and check for leaks.Install the manifold plenum.