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Old 07-23-2005, 15:23   #1
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1994 s-10

I've got a 1994 chevy s-10 with a 4.3l tbi. Does anybody know where the fuel pressure regulator is. One store tells me I have to take the TBI off of the engine and rebuild it, and another store says it is a seperate part. I am at work, so I can't go out and look at it myself. Just hoping someone knows!!!
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Old 07-25-2005, 11:24   #2
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The regulator is in the throttle body unit, and the unit has to come apart to replace it.
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If that is the case, I don't suppose you know if anybody makes after market TBI's? My parts stores around here SUCK. I will look at edelbrock, but if you know of any, that would be great. I figure why rebuild when it would be easier to get a better one!!!
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Old 07-26-2005, 08:53   #4
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Actually, if you have a socket set and some torx drivers, you could rebuild that tbi pretty easy. They aren't like a carburetor, there is a about ten parts total and it only goes back together one way. With a good set of instructions and some patience, just about anybody could rebuild one in an afternoon. You could also take it off the truck and take it to a shop to have it rebuilt, would probably be a whole lot less expensive than replacing it.
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