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TRAINING: All about the Fuel Pressure Regulator: Does It Need to be Replaced?

Those of us who have at least a fundamental knowledge of automotive repair know just how vital the fuel pressure regulator can be to the working order of a car. Despite the thought by some novice mechanics that it is overly complicated, the fuel delivery system is actually relatively simple. You pump the gas into the car, and then it is stored in the fuel tank before it makes its way to the engine. However, between being stored in the fuel tank and being transferred to the engine, the gas must first go through the fuel pressure regulator.

Fuel Pump Failure - Knowing the Nightmare, But Not the Cause

So Many Potential Reasons to Give You So Little Patience

A problem with your vehicle's fuel system is one of the most frustrating automotive issue experiences you can have. Unlike a dead battery, a flat tire or an overheating engine, sometimes problems with the fuel system aren't definitive. While sometimes the vehicle won't start at all when you have problems with the fuel system, other times the motor still runs and you can drive the vehicle. However, in this situation, the vehicle won't run to its full potential and it will sputter, putter, and lurch its way down the road.

DIAGNOSTICS: Troubleshooting Fuel Pumps -- Voltage Drop Test

Misdiagnosis is the leading cause of fuel pump problems and returns. Often, a voltage drop test is the only effective way to find excessive resistance in high amperage circuits. It’s a quick and easy test that will give you immediate results on whether you have a good connection or a bad one.

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How Voltage Affects Fuel Pump Flow and Pressure

A common misconception is that the fuel pump is like an "On/Off" switch. If you can hear it running there must be power and all is fine. However, that is not the case. Voltage at the fuel pump has a direct effect on fuel flow and pressure. Even a two-volt drop can have a drastic effect on your vehicle's fuel system flow and pressure, causing drivability issues.