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Join Date: Aug 2003
Location: Kyle, tx
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The common demominator would be fuel pressure.... it's also listed as a hard start culprit.
here's the specs:
Fuel pressure regulator
Pressure with regulator vacuum hose disconnected
320-370 kPa (3.3-3.8 kgf/cm2, 47-54 psi)
Here's how to replace the regulator:
Place a shop towel under the fuel pressure regulator, then relieve fuel pressure.
Disconnect the vacuum hose and fuel return hose.
Remove two 6 mm retainer bolts (A) and the fuel pressure regulator (B).
Apply clean engine oil to a new O-ring (C), and carefully install it into its proper position.
Install the fuel pressure regulator and the 6 mm retainer bolts.
Reconnect the vacuum hose and fuel return hose.
Turn the ignition switch ON (II), but do not operate the starter. After the fuel pump runs for approximately 2 seconds, the fuel pressure in the fuel line rises. Repeat this 2 or 3 times, then check whether there is any fuel leakage.
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