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Where is my fuel pressure regulator at?

Im trying to find out where the fuel pressure regulator is in my 98 olds cutlass. replaced the fuel pump, bled the gas line and car wont stay running. my neighbor thinks it might have something to do with a defective antitheft system. help!

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Its located on the fuel rail assembly, under the hood near the throttle body.


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