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Here is another question regarding the fuel pressure regulator.

I was just wondering...how does kicking the clutch when rolling bypass this fuel pressure regulator and make the car start? Like in details if anyone can answer this question that would be great.
 

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Rolling a car is same as engaging the starter. It doesn't bypass the fuel pressure regulator. If anything it's turning the key and letting the pump prime the lines that is getting the car started.
 

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So would that imply that it is not my fpr but my starter. Cause my car doesn't even crank anymore. But if I wait like 8 hours it will turn on no problem...like this morning it started fine.
 

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So would that imply that it is not my fpr but my starter. Cause my car doesn't even crank anymore. But if I wait like 8 hours it will turn on no problem...like this morning it started fine.
Fpr has never caused a no crank situation. If your car doesn't crank but you can push start it then it's most likely the starter. Take it out and bring it to be tested. In my other cars when the starter failed it was same way. One time start right up and another time nothing.
 

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My car started having long crank times again today. I'm hoping it was a one time thing..
 
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