How Can I Get My Kia Optima Fix Without Taking To Dealer It says A Fuel Rail Pressure Low

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Asked by TP38 Jun 09, 2015 at 03:25 PM about the 2012 Kia Optima LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Can this problem be fix by someone who works on cars so I don't have to take it to dealer

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85,555

Just replace the fuel pressure regulator. You don't have to take it to a dealer. The part is very cheap. Like $45 dollars. Just held on with two bolts and a couple of lines run to it.

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OK can you tell me where I can find a picture of it so I can try to put it on

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85,555

Just go to Rockauto or Partsgeek.com and type in fuel pressure regulator for your make and model. A pic will pop right up.

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where is the regulator can you show me please, would be helpful I'm trying to change mine

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Hello where is the regulator please can you tell me

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