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Old 12-27-2004, 10:02 AM   #1
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Warranty is replacing my fuel pressure regulator at no charge,thanks again!!
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Hope it fixes her up for ya!!
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So, Mos... Did you get your 98'* FPR replaced?
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Twice. I did it myself, and the dealership did it again when they replaced the intakes.

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What did it cost ya the first time?
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If I remember right, it was around 40 bucks for part and shipping from GMPD. It'* been a while, tho, and I am just way to lazy, I mean busy, to look through my bank records...
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Wow, that'* cheap. Mine was $120... Was it hard to change? Your fuel rail is different than mine.
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Easy as pie for us 98 N/As. Just a clip ring, like on the MAF screen. See:

http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBr...3d80178fbc.jsp


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Man, That'* easy... Was the new one a different color? My stock one was black and the replacement gold/silverish... I think i'll paint it later...


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Man, That'* easy... Was the new one a different color? My stock one was black and the replacement gold/silverish... I think i'll paint it later...


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