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Old 10-31-2003, 09:48 AM   #1
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Hey all I am trying to locate the fuel pressure regulator and the fuel relay?

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Hey all I am trying to locate the fuel pressure regulator and the fuel relay?

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The Fuel Pressure Regulator is located on the Fuel Rail (same rail the Injectors are on) at the end of the Return end of the rail.

The Fuel Pump Relay is located with the other Relays on the main relay block under the plastic cowl on the passenger side on the firewall in the engine bay. I can't remember off the top of my head which relay it is though......
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is that the relay or regulator?

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WHOOPS! That'd be the regulaqtor...

Easiest way to test that would be the Tire Valve looking thingy next to it. Let the car sit for a few hours. The carefully open that valve thingy, just like letting air out of a tire. If the regulator is bad, there'll be little to no gas come out.

Captain Obvious says: You're working with fuel here! Have rags and safety equipment (glasses, gloves, etc) in use! If the regulator is good, there will be a LOT of pressure!
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