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2002 buick centry

I pulled off hose from fuel pressure regulator and theres a little gas in the line, should I replace it, is that my problem why it starts harder when the engine is warmer, when cold it starts most of the time.

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Start with a fuel pressure test first, make sure pump is good before you start throing money at it by gussing.

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