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Fuel injection problem

Burns way too much gas

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You did not mention if the engine was stalling or idling rough but if it is then the fuel pressure regulator could be bad. The regulator is connected to the intake manifold by a vacuum line. If the regulator fails then vacuum from the intake manifold will **** gas from the regulator directly into the engine.

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