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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Faulty Fuel Pressure Regulator
I would make the repair if the need is urgent enough to warrant the 650 but i would most definitely try to get a better quote on labor. This is a one man job that takes me about an hour and a half to do once im all set up. If you can find a local "wrench" in the classifieds, or even try a quote from a towing company as they carry their own mechanics. I would charge about 230 in labor and pull the fuel rails and regulator off another car to save you money for a total around 425 dollars. Still, if you prefer your mechanic and you want new parts, a premium is to be paid. You also could sell the car at 1900 as is and still profit as well. Best of luck, Tony.
Posted on May 02, 2009
Code 34 has to do with your MAP sensor I believe from what I am reading. I don't know a lot about corvettes but it says MAP sensor voltage low. The C12 code I see is a normal code set dealing with no reference pulses being received by control module. In other words with the engine not running. It has to do with No RPM reference pulse.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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