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Old 10-19-2011, 11:41 AM   #1
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Does anyone know where the location is and how to replace the fuel pressure regualtor on my 1999 Damon Daybreak motorhome. It is an early 1999 and have been told by the vin # that it is a GMC chassis not a workwork chassis.
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Fuel pressure is supplied from your fuel pump in gas tank I believe.
Your fuel filter would be on one of your chassis rails.
What seems to be the problem?
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Does anyone know where the location is and how to replace the fuel pressure regualtor on my 1999 Damon Daybreak motorhome. It is an early 1999 and have been told by the vin # that it is a GMC chassis not a workwork chassis.
I assume you have a 454 engine mulit injection?
The fuel regulator is located on the injector assembly located around the lower intake manifold. You'll have 2 fuel lines running to and from the injector rail at the rear of the engine. The return line has the regulator on it and it's held in with a snap clip.
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Thanks for the info. It helped us out alot.
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