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Fuel traces in EGR Valve.
01-15-2019, 07:45 AM
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RE: Fuel traces in EGR Valve.
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The mechanic also did a reg to valve.
Can a wrong valve regulation cause those problems?

I'm hoping he didn't mean fuel pressure regulator. As he was working on the throttle body it sounds like
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01-15-2019, 11:11 AM
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RE: Fuel traces in EGR Valve.
reg to valve ,means noting here (sorry but no)

reg means regulator, and is not rocker valve gap(lash)
there are many regulators on the car,
FPR = fuel pressure regulator is on the front side of the throttle body. and is an altitude only compensating device. (or dirty air clear too)

the other regulators
the whole ECU is.
the voltage regulator in the alternator

the evap line regulator.'
some VIT cars have brake valve regulator for the rear brakes.
fans bower heater regulator
AC AMP regulator (air conditioning option)
if automatic trans , endless reglators inside.



what matters most is fuel pressure, key on 3times no start. 34-41psi
and idle fuel pressure, and will not change on THIS engine, with thottle angle. 34-41psi
that is suzuki spec. we check it on the 8v at the fuel filter at front of gas tank, 6mm test port.(screw plug removed on banjo bolt there)

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