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Well, to those of u who room wondering why my authorize in is badluckspecv, this is why. If something poor can happen, it"ll occur to mine car.Anyways, I have just been notified by the mechanic at Nissan the my fuel pressure regulator has actually gone out. That"s why my auto takes 4 to 5 secs to start up once it"s hot. Well, mine question, ~ searching, is this? should I bother with an aftermarket fuel pressure regulator, which requires a custom return line, or should I just pay because that the OEM part?
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I think the FPR is combined into the fuel rail, if I"m no mistaken. Also, i don"t think there is any type of real factor to buy aftermarket. Our cars run pig affluent to start with
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So, if our cars run also rich, should i acquire the aftermarket that enables me to get that stoichometric balance or what?
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So, if our cars run as well rich, have to i get the aftermarket that enables me to get that stoichometric balance or what?

"How walk anyone expect to loss me? ... Allied as I am v the imbecile, the contemptible, and the promiscuous f-cking insane.""02 SE-R Spec V"08 CR-V
It fits this applications :1989-1998 240SX 1990-1992 Stanza 1993-2001 Altima 1991-1994 Sentra w/2.0L engine 1998-2001 Sentra w/ 2.0L engine 1991-1993 NX2000 1995-1998 200SX w/ 2.0L 1990-1997 Pickup 4-cyl 1998-current Frontier 2000-current Xterra 4-cyl

NopeI corrected my message, and also the relevant section in BOLD.Basicaly you need a universal one and a bracket.
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