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Old 07-29-2010, 05:20 AM
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Default P0087 - FPR replacement

The fuel line fix did not improve my ongoing P0087 issue while towing heavy and running hills. After resetting this code too many times to count yesterday, I am on a path to replace the FPR this weekend, before dragging this big boat throught the mountains west to WA state next week.

I have searched, but not found a recent thread by someone who sourced the FPR through GM Parts Direct, and did the swap themselves. If you are this person, and reading this, please give me a call at 612.578.6355 or PM me a good time and number to give you a call. Have a few questions for you.

(Jim/Greg if you know which recent thread I am referring to, please post the link here....thanks! For some reason, I can't find it this morning...it probably has more to do with no coffee left in my room, than any other factor...)
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