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Question Details Asked:Aug 31, 2009 - 11:00 PMStatus:Closed
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At this stage, your next step is to check the fuel pressure regulator. After trying to start, pull the vacuum hose attached to the FPR and see if there is gas in there. If so, you need to change the FPR as the diaphragm is bad.
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