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Old 05-13-2011, 12:23 AM   #41
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Er? I thought it was in the back...
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I was really hoping it would be there, but not surprised.
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I'm not sure of anything anymore. I thought the damn thing had a FPR. I know the injectors are rated to flow at 55psi, so there has to be a damned FPR somewhere!
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You would think. But I followed the fuel line all the way from the tank to the rail. I don't recall even seeing a filter.
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Hello Dan. So what happened? Did you fix it? How did it go? My 98 trans sport has the same problem.
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Never found it. It'* so intermittent. The problem here seems to be the starter sticks on.
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Yep, a FPR will cause hard hot starts. And it'* easy to test that. Pull the vacuum line and smell it. If you smell gas, the FPR is bad. However, in the case of our Montana, there is no FPR. But for the transport, it is something that should be checked.
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I must be getting bad info from AZ alldata says Montanna has FPR on 2/wd and all wheel drive. Been following this post for awhile, got e-mail notification, thought I would chime in.
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also when searching 2006 found this
http://www.autozone.com/autozone/rep...96b43f80cb2466

sounds like fpr is part of fuel pump assembly
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