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Hi I have a 95 gmc safari van it has plenty of fuel coming out of the line but no persure at the gage, could there be somthing pluged at the insert where the gage hooks up to? its not getting any fuel into the system.

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I`m no expert, although to me it initially sounds like a pressure regulator. Check with a reputable garage for a pricing (i suggest approximately 35 to 60 dollar range for the part) also make sure which engine you have.You may have a TBI (Throttle Body Injection) or a CMFI (Central Multi-Port Fuel Injection) (w code) 4.3 Remember this is just my hunch. Note:check your fuel filter first and check to see if you are getting any fuel out of your schraeder valve. Be careful when doing this for the fuel may spray.

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