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Old 12-17-2012, 07:57 PM   #1
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Question Fuel Leak 1987 Winnie

Hello I have a 1987 Winnebago Elantran and coming out of the main fuel tank I have what appears to be a pressurized fuel hose that connects to a fuel block or regulator. There is a regular 1/2" fuel hose that is also connected and goes forward toward the engine. The fuel/block or regulator is mounted to the chasis frame and is leaking fuel from the side facing towards the outside of the frame rather than the inside face. Can anyone let me know what this fuel block/regulator is called and if there is a way to repair the leak. If it will help the side that is leaking has a threaded post that has a hex nut on it that seems as it may be adjustable
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Old 12-19-2012, 06:58 PM   #2
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I suspect it is an external fuel pressure regulator GM P/N 15598336.
There is also a fuel filter halfway between front and back wheels.
Far as I know it is no longer available. You will have to replace it with a Holley 12-803 regulator as described here: Fuel Pressure Regulator - Topic

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