Fuel Pressure Regulator vs Fuel Pressure Solenoid

Posted by Kab2400, Dec 5, 2008
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  1. Kab2400

    Kab2400 Probationary Member

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    Hi all,

    sorry bout the dumb questions here, but are the fuel pressure regulator and the fuel pressure solenoid the same thing? I got the CEL code P1105 and I replaced this part:

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    The CEL stayed off for about 6 hours, then came back on. I have not had the codes re-run yet, but I have a feeling I replaced the wrong part.

    Thanks for the feedback.
     
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    FPR - Attached to the end of your fuel rail in stock form. Looks like a small BOV (what you have linked).

    FPS - Electrical component. Has a vacuum line running to the FPR and plugged into a wire harness.
     
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  4. Kab2400

    Kab2400 Probationary Member

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    OK, TYVM, this helps.
     
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