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Old 03-04-2013, 05:35 PM
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after market fuel regulator connections

hi im having trouble finding out on this fuel regulator which is IN or OUT the one on bottom or on side and where can i hook vacuum line up to from the regulator

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The small tapped hole is not a vacuum line it is for a fuel pressure gauge. There are no vacuum lines on a fuel regulator.
Usually the one located at the bottom is the IN and the other is OUT.
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In and Out....

What he said, almost 90% of the time, bottim is in, the top or top two are out....and yes, that small oriface is for the fuel gauge (pressure gauge)....hook up vacuum and you will be having some bad days at the ol motor startup area.....maybe some nice fire too......
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