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Car flooding My car is flooding itself I have reason to believe the TPS is out of whack but I haven't the slightest idea where it is at or how to test and or fix it. I would appreciate any help given.

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If the fuel pressure regulator is no good it will casue fuel to go into the vaccum hose and into the manifold which will cause flooding, try and unplug the vaccum line from the fuel regulator and start the car if fuel comes out of the regulator will need to replace it.

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Car won't flood because of the TPS. But it will if the "fuel pressure regulator" is out of range (vacuum line is off?). The TPS is part of the throttle body.

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