i need an etest done and i think i need a flange can you tell me where it is located and how hard is it to put on

Asked by Jul 21, 2014 at 07:45 AM about the Pontiac Sunfire

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

would a fuel volume regulator control circuit open would that be needing a new flange

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I don't understand the question, and maybe no one has responded for the same reason. What is the problem with the car? You mention the fuel regulator, are you getting a P0001 trouble code? Chances are you can safely clear this code without doing anything. It's a generic code that means the OBD is not communicating correctly with the scanner. It was used in the past to mean 'open control circuit'. Get a new scan done with a new OBD scanner, go from there. As for the 'flange' - I have no idea what this refers to.

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