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1998 Chevy 1/2T, Fuel pressure regulator vacuum hose ???????????

Discussion in 'Performance & Fuel' started by tinytanic1, Jul 3, 2011.

  1. tinytanic1

    tinytanic1 New Member

    I recently replaced head gaskets and cleaned everythin in the process including the throttle body 'spider'. When I tried to start, it acted like there was too much compression to turn the engine but battery and starter are good. So I took the plugs out and it turns over great but I noticed there was entirely too much fuel coming out of back (5,6.7) three cylinders, and none or very little coming out of the front (1,2,3) 3 cylinders. I took the upper manifold off to view the CTB Spider and noticed a whole bunch of fuel coming out of the Fuel Pressure Regulator when trying to start. should there be a line hooked up to this FPR or does it work of the vacuum in the manifold?

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