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The oxygen regulator diaphragm is not holding. Can I replace the diaphragm? If so where do I purchase them.

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It is not advised to replace anything in a regulator any wrong move on your part outside a dertified facility could cause a large explosion. Call ESAB Welding and order a new regulator there regulators have a lifetime guarantee and even if it is 30 yrs old they will replace it 100% free of charge

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Either the injectors are letting in too much gas, or there is a restriction of the air supply. The oxygen sensor is sensing too little oxygen in the exhaust, so the computer set the running too rich code. It is possible too that the sensor my be at fault, especially if as old as the vehicle.
Look down the throttle body at the pattern of the fuel spraying out from the bottom of the injector(s). It should be a fine mist cone pattern spraying out. If it is dripping instead of spraying out in a cone pattern, the injector may be stuck open, and needs replacing or cleaning.
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Hi Debra: I sugges to check this procedure...

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Fig. 1: TBI fuel pressure regulator

  1. Remove the throttle body assembly from the vehicle as outlined in this section.
WARNING To prevent spring pressure release, hold the regulator housing against the throttle body while removing the mounting screws.
  1. Remove the three retaining screws that hold the pressure regulator to the fuel body.
  2. Disassemble the pressure regulator assembly. Note the location of the components for reassembly. Discard the gasket.
To install:
  1. Install a new gasket and the regulator assembly. Tighten the three retaining screws.
  2. Install the throttle body assembly as outlined in this section.

WARNING The pressure regulator diaphragm MUST be installed with the vent hole aligned with the vent holes in the throttle body and regulator housing!


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You regulator diaphragm is leaking. You will have to have it repaired or replace it.

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