Q: Fuel pressure regulator leak

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I have a leaking fuel pressure regulator.

A: The fuel pressure regulator diaphragm may h...

The fuel pressure regulator diaphragm may have a hole in it and will need to be replaced. I recommend not driving the vehicle until this issue is repaired due to the potential fire hazard from the leaking fuel. Have a certified mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, to come and locate the fuel leak and make the necessary repairs.

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