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a drain pan, a hose release tool, flare nut wrenches and simple hand tools, such as a set of wrenches (sae and metric) and sockets with a variety of extensions. it would be helpful to have both 1/4" and 3/8 inch drive sockets and ratchet's
this cars are very coming with the leak at the fuel pressure regulator, all you have to do is locate the regulator for the fuel, it is on the fuel injector rail, and unplug the vacum hose if you see any fuel or smell like fuel inside the hose that means the regulator has to be replaced,