The following post was displayed on June 28, 2010, and I would like to get the FPR info. From my understanding, it is hard to find the correct FPR for this vehicle. Opinion question for you: If you have to drop the tank to replace the FPR, why wouldn't a professional mechanic who has been around a while not recommend doing this at the same time the pump is done? It is an expensive labor job. Just curious. Here is the previous post:
I have a 1996 Jeep Cherokee SPORT. I can't seem to find where the FPR is located. Is it inside the tank with the fuel pump, and, if so can I replace the FPR without having to replace the new pump? The pump is only a couple of years old, but I didn't install it myself, so I don't know
The fuel pressure regulator is part of the fuel pump module and not able to replace it by itself.
Yes that is correct I emailed you the information on your fuel pressure regulator to your personal email.
If I could get that info, it would be very much appreciated. It was answered by saturntech9.
Tuesday, July 11th, 2017 AT 12:35 PM