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1999 Chevy Tahoe 5.7

Replaced fuel pressure regulator on my 99 Chevy Tahoe, runs for a few seconds then still shuts off. Any other suggestions on what it could be?

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CHECK FUEL PRESSURE AT THE REGULATER
IT SHOULD READ ABOUT 45 PSI TO 47 PSI NO MORE AND NO LESS.
IF IT IS LOWER THEN IT IS YOUR FUEL PUMP GOING OUT.

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Try reading that, it might be part of your problem... and if you already replaced it then check your Ignition control module...

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