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2000 pontiac grand am se: fuel leak..fuel rail..comming..vaccum

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I have a fuel leak at the end of what seem's to be a fuel rail. the leak is comming from sometipe valve operated by vaccum. this is on a 2000 pontiac grand am se with a 2.4 in it. I cant aford to take to agarage at this time. im hooping someone can tell me what part this to get since we caint drive it.



that should be the fuel pressure regulator:




Close-up of fuel pressure regulator:




they run about $35-45 at any parts store.



Replacement procedure:





In order to relieve the fuel pressure, loosen gas cap, then remove the fuel pump relay(located in the fuse/relay box located in the engine comartment) and crank engine for 3 seconds


relay ID:



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