Question about 2001 Oldsmobile Intrigue
Dear Sputtering Wonder........This might be a stab in the dark over the internet....but I've came across this problem a few times before....this could be a defctive fuel pressure regulator....located on top of the motor on the fuel rail. What happens is age ruptures the rubber diaphragm in the regulator and fuel just starts loading up into the cylinders.......resulting in a horribly idle and undesirable operation....the way to check this regulator is to pull the vacuum line off of it and see if fuel is spraying or you can smell it. If you can see it spraying out of the vacuum line attachment or can smell fuel....then it's time to replaced that regulator....HOPE I COULD HELP!!!
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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