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Question Fuel pressure regulator Springs instructions

So apparently I'm an idiot. And didn't put 1 yhe orings In when I upgraded to the Blue Springs. Now it makes a bad back you sound When I turn the key on to prime it And of course I lost the instruction sheet. I can't find a picture Online does anybody Have a picture of the instruction sheet I feel really stupid and just want to fix it The Ford dealer was no help at all is well. I think i forgot the oring that goes behind the black plastic cup that the new blue spring goes in.


Again I'm really sorry I would like to just fix it before I break it I cant afford it
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Does ths help?


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or this?

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Thanks so much. Exactly! So i put that black housing with the new blue spring in. Does the elongated brass cup from the old spring go back in so exp:

Fuel regulator housing (fuel filter side not removable) then black o ring then new black cup with old brass cup then new blue spring? Or



Fuel filter housing-black oring-new black cup-new blue spring?
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So does the new spring slip inside the old brass cup part 2 on second pic. Then the new spring which is fitted in old brass cup slide into the new black cup with an o ring?
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The brass cup has a flat washer - see this latest pic. Fuel pressure regulator Springs instructions-dscf2789.jpg

I think the cup also has a o-ring.

The orifice (item 1 in second pic) also has an o-ring - you can see it in pic #1

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Dang i messed this up lol.... so the blue spring goes in the original brass cup with the flat oring. Then those pieces go in the (new) black cup with the oring. Then it all goes back together?

I removed the brass cup with flat o ring then put the new blue spring in the new black cup but didnt put the oring in and bolted it all up.... think i messed up anything it runs fine but the priming sound on initial start up is loud.

Thanks so much for pics etc...
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I got the orafice and o ring right. I mean the spring/cup/ o rings below.
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Dang i messed this up lol.... so the blue spring goes in the original brass cup with the flat oring. Then those pieces go in the (new) black cup with the oring. Then it all goes back together?

I removed the brass cup with flat o ring then put the new blue spring in the new black cup but didnt put the oring in and bolted it all up.... think i messed up anything it runs fine but the priming sound on initial start up is loud.

Thanks so much for pics etc...
I think your first sentence is correct.

I doubt you messed anything up.

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