Question about 1996 Ford Taurus
Not sure if it is pump or regulator
Two Options -
Replace the cheapest of the two first and see if that fixes it, or
get a pressure gauge and a short piece of rubber tubing. Disconnect the fuel line at some point, connect to pressure gauge with the rubber hose and hose clamps, then test fuel pump output pressure.
Reply back what you find.
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