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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 olds aurora
Welcome to fixya
first i would like to say is There should be a diagram of the belt's routing somewhere under the hood if not how ever if you can find a chilton manual for your car and the yr they have that in there i have they do but as for finding a diagarm on line sorry but i could not find any
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Posted on Jul 17, 2008
SOURCE: fuel pressure regulator
unfotunately all of the throttle body and sometimes the intake has to be removed to do this, what is really great (just kidding) is you also have to remove these things to replace a $2.98 PCV valve, because the fitting for the top of the valve butts up against the top of the intake, so BE SURE to do that at the same time, just a tip..
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
SOURCE: Fuel Pressure Regulator Leaking
make sure engine is turned off, unplug the hose slowly and make sure there is no fuel pressure, you will have a little bit of gas leak but not much. Unlossen the bolt with torx head bit screw driver or driver, pull it off all the way. Once you got that one bolt off, push down on the locking clip that attaches your fuel regulator to manifold. Twist off the old pressure regulator and then install the new one in. Make sure you check the box your regulator came in, and look for the packaged o-ring. Its that simple. I just replaced mine in my 2001 alero, took more time analyzing how to pull the old one off. Hope this will help you.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
Hi, here is a step by step guide that will help you with the replacement of your fuel filter.
Step1 Put on your protective glasses and gather your tools. An assortment of wrenches and screwdrivers are necessary. The ones you use will depend upon the vehicle. Step2 Elevate the vehicle. This can be done by using a jack and jack stands, or drive-up ramps. Do not rely solely on a single jack, as this is very dangerous. Step3 Find the fuel filter. The location varies from vehicle to vehicle. It’s a safe bet to start your search near the fuel tank under the body. You can also reference your owner’s manual or call your local dealership. Step4 Remove the protective covering that guards the fuel filter. Most filters have some kind of plastic covering over them to prevent damage, and can be removed by a common wrench, hex wrench, or screwdriver. Step5 Remove the fuel lines attached to the fuel filter. There are a number of ways these hoses might be linked to the pump, such as links, brackets or clips. Use either a screwdriver or wrench, whichever the attachments require. Step6 Cap the fuel lines with a pencil or golf tee, and keep them tilted toward the drainage canister. Step7 Remove the fuel filter from the assembly, noting which way it was oriented. An arrow will likely be on the filter. It should be pointed toward the engine, and away from the fuel tank. Step8 Install you new fuel filter. Be sure that it is oriented so the fuel arrow points toward the engine. Step9 Reattach the hoses and guard.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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