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Re: trying to attach a fuel saver device.
Buy a Chilton or a Haynes Manual from your local car parts supplier. Either one should have manuals of Everything on your car and are highly recommended. The store associates may also be able to point you to the right spot but I recommend buying the manual anyway as they are cheap and come in handy. Let me know if you need anything else and I would be happy to help
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All Fuel Pressure Regulators are usually attached to the Fuel Rail. In
any case, they have a return line to the fuel tank. On your engine you
may have to remove the pretty "Plastic Cover" that covers the top of the
engine to see the fuel rail and the pressure regulator. Look for a
"tube" that has fuel injectors going from the bottom of it and into the
top of the intake manifold. The fuel pressure regulator is a round
looking device attached to the end of the fuel rail with a small fuel
line coming out the bottom and a vacuum line attached to the top of it.
At least in most cases this is what it will look like. Especially if it
an OEM set-up. Aftermarket set-ups will differ. I hope this helps.
LOOK UNDER THE HOOD AROUND THE ENGINE FUEL LINES LEADING TO FUEL RAILS FOR PETROL LEAKS AND LOOK UNDER CAR AROUND FUEL TANK AREA.LOOK FOR LEAKS AT FUEL LINES.REASON VECHICLE NOT STARTING FUEL LEAK TAKING AWAY FUEL PRESSURE.FUEL LEAK HAVE TO BE AT THE FUEL PUMP FUEL LINES OR YOUR FUEL INJECTORS OR FUEL RAIL HAS A FUEL LEAKS AT THE O - RINGS.
You might have a crimp in the line between the filter and the rail ... or there might be a problem with the fuel rail itself. Best way to test for this is to detach the fuel rail from the line (like you did at the filter) and see if the gas is making it that far. If you have someone crank the engine for you while you have the fuel rail detached, the fuel pump should cause gas to come out of the line -- if this does not happen, the problem is with the line between the filter and the rail. If it is still working at the end of the line attached to the rail, you might have a blockage in the rail or faulty injectors.
If you are going to do all of the work yourself, I recommend a Haynes manual -- it will give you a list of problems that are common to your year, make and model with solutions, as well as directions and pictures / diagrams to make sure you are doing the work right.
you don`t say what motor is in this so here is a basic procedure, find the fuel rail where the fuel lines connect to at the intake manifold.disconnect the fuel lines(be carefull you could get gas in your eyes from fuel spray or start a fire due to hot engine)these lines have high pressure fuel in them.look at the fuel rails to see what all is in the way to remove them and remove interferance items.remove the bolts that hold the rails to the intake manifold,gently lift wiggle the fuel rails and you may have to pry up on the rails in places to get them to come out with the injectors attached the rails.you should make sure any debris is removed from around the injectors so no dirt falls into the injector holes before you remove.then you can remove the injector to rail lock clips and remove the injectors from the rails.clean areas were the injectors will be going apply either gas or silicone on the injector O rings then install injectors to rail install lock clips and reassemble.replace all the O rings as they get dried out brittle and crack or split.re-install removed components start car and check for fuel leaks.
If you find your fuel rails there should 2 lines.One is attached to the pulsation damper and feeds into the fuel rail which is usually in the front and on the top of the engine.The fuel then exits through the fuel rail,out the pressure relief valve and back to the tank.Most of your fuel lines are marked feed and return on the fuel hoses.If this doesn't work for you you can raise and support the front end .If you look on the frame on the driver side you should see the fuel lines that run from your fuel tank to your fuel rail or TBI (Throttle Body Injectors).Hope this helps you find it.
All Fuel Pressure Regulators are usually attached to the Fuel Rail. In any case, they have a return line to the fuel tank. On your engine you may have to remove the pretty "Plastic Cover" that covers the top of the engine to see the fuel rail and the pressure regulator. Look for a "tube" that has fuel injectors going from the bottom of it and into the top of the intake manifold. The fuel pressure regulator is a round looking device attached to the end of the fuel rail with a small fuel line coming out the botttom and a vacuum line attached to the top of it. At least in most cases this is what it will look like.