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Where is the fuel pressure regulator located on a 96 chevy tahoe?

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The fuel pressure regulator for this vehicle is located inside of the air intake plenum, you must remove the plenum to gain access to it.I hope I could help, rate me accordingly, Thanks!!

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Near the intake, directly on the fuel rail and should have a vacuum line going into it.

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