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What is the black cup looking thing that my fuel lines run to on the driver side of my 88 bronco 2 about midway from the back tire to the front of the truck because it is leaking fuel badly

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Definatly the fuel filter, mid ways under drivers side, attached to frame.

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Hi playerboy890,

The piece that you have described is the fuel pressure regulator,After you replace the fuel pressure regulator you will need to change the oil and filter due to contamination of excessive fuel into the oil pan.

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