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Where is the fuel pressure regulator valve on a 92 Corsica 6-cylinder?

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2007-02-10 20:03:42
2007-02-10 20:03:42

UNDER THE INTAKE PLENIUM, IN BETWEEN THE TWO FUEL RACKS

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