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By the way, if anyone has preferences as to fuel filter options or fuel pressure regulator options, please offer those and the rationale.
I don't necessarily love AC Delco and AC Delco only.
I have used Mahle filters in the past and this one looks interesting. Strangely, it says it has a fuel pressure regulator, but I know that's not the same thing as the actual fuel pressure regulator (which I can only find aftermarket at this juncture).
Thanks. Anything that's easy to check and cheap as far as taking a "throw parts at it approach" is worth doing at this juncture.
I want to be able to drive along again without this nagging fear that "this drive" will be the one where whatever it is that's causing this will finally crap out entirely.
My gut tells me that if it's one of those two it's way more likely to be the fuel pressure regulator as I'd expect a clogged or partially clogged fuel filter to be a lot less intermittent in nature. Never hurts to put a new one on, though.
New Guy here.I owned a 96 Eldorado years ago and loved it.It was stolen.I bought an 03 Mercury Marauder brand new.I drove it for 13 years.I did a lot of modifications to that car,very fast..In 2016 I bought a new Challenger,V6 305HP.I never really adapted to the car and wanted that Caddy ride....I just bought an 02 Eldorado.Love it..It needs some love..I'll be asking questions for sure.Thanks for having me.