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What about the fuel reg I only ask because thats what the parts store guy said that was leaking and they have kit to replace the orings and gasket

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It's the fuel pressure regulator. Symptoms of leak on this part is that your engine cause to idle rough, sometimes you will see fuel leak at exhaust. Replacing the fuel regualator is easy but expensive. Replacing the gasket is a tough one. Goodluck.


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