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Replace a Spare part Fuel Pressure Regulator – a defective one or if the limit of use has been already reached. Find out useful information about Fuel Pressure Regulator

Fuel pressure regulator is a membrane valve, which sustains pressure in the fuel system, required for normal operation of nozzles. At low rpm, the valve opens, and excess fuel goes back into the tank; when rpm increase, the valve closes.

4 tips on fuel pressure regulator exploitation

  1. Manufacturers do not set a specific lifetime for component exploitation. Therefore perform component diagnostics if you detect defects.
  2. Use only high-quality fuel. Moreover, the fuel type should comply with your car technical requirements. Do not use fuel with poor-quality additives.
  3. Replace the fuel filter regularly; this will help to prolong the fuel pressure regulator lifetime.
  4. During scheduled maintenance, check the fuel pressure in the system with the help of  a manometer, this will help to timely detect the component defect and avoid more serious defects.

Defects of fuel pressure regulator, their causes and signs

  1. Membrane tearing. Such defect may be caused by the component wear, excessive loads on it or poor quality of the production material. In case of membrane tearing, various failures in engine operation are possible – from its unstable operation to full breakdown.
  2. Jamming. It is characterised by excessive or insufficient pressure of fuel in the system. It may be caused by the vehicle not used for a long time.
  3. Spring slackening. Usually, it occurs due to its natural ageing. This defect causes oil pressure to decrease; the engine operates unstably, may stall at idle.

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