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Old 09-06-2012, 10:02 AM   #1
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I'm picking up and adjustable fuel pressure regulator today. It's in a pretty tight spot. Would it be worth it to pull the upper intake?
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Where do u have it installed? Mine is on the p/s fire wall and it fits fine. But the upper intake is only 5 or 6 bolts and takes 2 minutes so shouldn't be too hard
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Mine on driver side directly under the upper intake. My Chiltons manual dosent say to pull the intake, I was just wondering if it was worth the time to do. It it's that simple, it sounds like I it is worth it!
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Yea just disconnect the intake tube, the throttle cable, and the 5 bolts around te base of the intake. It uses a plastic or rubber gasket that you can reuse as long as it isn't cracked. No big deal I pull mine just to clean it cuz its so quick
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Alright man. I sure appreciate the help!
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Old 09-06-2012, 11:50 AM   #6
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