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TOYOTA YARIS Fuel Pressure Regulators and setting meters

I just trying to learn a little more about fuel systems but i have an idea what the regulator does. What is the point of the setting meter other than showing the fuel pressure httpwww.more-japan.comproduct.ph...cat539&page1 In this case lets talk about SARD fuel pressure regulators and their setting guage. Someone explain this part of fuel systems to me. Thank you.

Quote Originally Posted by cali yaris I have a regulator (which sets the pressure) and a liquid-filled gauge off the fuel rail in the engine bay. Im assuming its a mechanical gauge. yeah the gauge in the first post and link is the same idea as the one on your fuel rail. simply for setting the fuel pressure not for monitoring fuel pressure.

Our cars use what called a returnless fuel system. The regulator is in the fuel tank not on the fuel rail. It is not adjustable. You would have to convert to a return fuel system to be able to adjust your fuel pressure. Unless you are running a SC or turbo you fuel pressure does not have to be adjusted even with all the bolts ons available for our cars.

Quote Originally Posted by cali yaris No its a fixed pressure. Its the injectors job to squirt the correct amount of fuel. We have it at 40 right now but if the injectors max out we may end up with a higher pressure. Not done tuning yet Your fuel pressure should not be fixed. It should be 40psi at idle & go up to 50-60psi depending on the boost you run. The regulator is a 11. If your pressure stays at 40psi at all RPM range then there is something wrong.

Originally Posted by cdydjded Our cars use what called a returnless fuel system. The regulator is in the fuel tank not on the fuel rail. It is not adjustable. You would have to convert to a return fuel system to be able to adjust your fuel pressure. Unless you are running a SC or turbo you fuel pressure does not have to be adjusted even with all the bolts ons available for our cars. I have a SCd yaris

TOYOTA YARIS fuel pressure regulator

can i put this fuel pressure regulator if so how and at how much pressure if i have my mods

Our cars have a returnless fuel system the factory regulator is in the tank if you convert the fuel system to a return line then yes you can use it but this mod is unnecessary start with you basic IHE mods first

i have those mods

then your done

Read this it might help you in your mods httpwww.yarisworld.comforumsshowthread.phpt9451

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TOYOTA YARIS Any body have good data on the Yaris fuel system

Ive done my pdf searching through the posted 2007 Service Manual and this is all Ive found. We should be measuring 44.1 to 49.7 psi with the engine idling. This is regulated fuel pressure because the manual says to check the vacuum sensing hose and the fuel pressure regulator if the measurements are out of spec. Anybody know where the fuel pressure regulator is Incredibly the service manual does not

The fuel pressure regulator is part of the fuel pump assembly. If you remove the fuel pumpsender gauge from the tank the regulators is pressed into the pump with and o-ring.

Quote Originally Posted by kurokoma-kun From the fuel manual... Injection volume 47 to 58 cm3 (2.9 to 3.5 cu in.) per 15 seconds (page 17) To clarify my remarks in another thread this works out to 212ccmin--using an online calculator to get max hp for this injector volume I got 130. Thanks for finding that. I guess I need to learn how to work those calculations for myself. Quote Originally Posted by

Quote Originally Posted by CTScott The fuel pressure regulator is part of the fuel pump assembly. If you remove the fuel pumpsender gauge from the tank the regulators is pressed into the pump with and o-ring. I read practically the entire fuel part of the service manual but never found a reference to the fuel pressure regulator being there. Do you have another source or did you find it by taking out

Quote Originally Posted by LtNoogie I read practically the entire fuel part of the service manual but never found a reference to the fuel pressure regulator being there. Do you have another source or did you find it by taking out your fuel pump assembly If the regulator is part of the fuel pump assembly then I can never get any pressure out higher than what the regulator puts out right I was hoping

TOYOTA YARIS will a prisus fuel pump work in a yaris

Its a 07 yaris2005-2009 prisus any advice or help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

Quote Originally Posted by jens07yaris Thanks I will look into it. If it does work.ill be saving over 500 plus labor. Oreilly auto parts wants 600 for a fuel pump. Dealer wants 350. Only in california you can get fucked like this. I actually have a perfect yaris one that I purchased to do some bench pressure testing of the fuel pressure regulator. If you are interested I would sell it for 100 shipped.

Quote Originally Posted by CTScott I actually have a perfect yaris one that I purchased to do some bench pressure testing of the fuel pressure regulator. If you are interested I would sell it for 100 shipped. If you dont mind me asking what was your reason to test the regulator And yes I would.like to buy the pump. If you can give me a couple weeks mobey is real tight at the moment._

Quote Originally Posted by jens07yaris If you dont mind me asking what was your reason to test the regulator And yes I would.like to buy the pump. If you can give me a couple weeks mobey is real tight at the moment._ I was doing experiments with measuring the fuel flow and pressure regulation in regards to the need to upgrade the fuel system for supercharged or turbo yaris. I measured the stock flow

TOYOTA YARIS Return fuel line.

Any one running a return fuel line with an aftermarket fuel rail and fuel pressure reg or is it not important... Would love to hear every ones opinions. TIA

When upgrading the fuel system for forced induction systems a return fuel system upgrade allows you to install a 11 fuel pressure regulator. That allows you to have the fuel pressure increase by 1 PSI for 1 PSI of boost (to compensate for the plenum pressure). For my supercharged yaris I modified a stock pressure regulator to increase the fuel system pressure to 6 PSI (which is the max boost for the SC). I also increased one to 60 PSI for fnkngrv for his turbo setup.

Quote Originally Posted by abstractmethod My goal is to find out how necessary a return fuel line is for turbo application on a 1nz-fe.. In a perfect system one with a 11 regulator would be used. For most typical applications (up to about 8 psi) it isnt essential and very few of the boosted yaris owners go that route. With the stock fuel pump one is not required but with an upgraded fuel pump you may

Quote Originally Posted by CTScott In a perfect system one with a 11 regulator would be used. For most typical applications (up to about 8 psi) it isnt essential and very few of the boosted yaris owners go that route. With the stock fuel pump one is not required but with an upgraded fuel pump you may find that the manufacturer says that one is required. With a closed system there are spikes in pressure

TOYOTA YARIS HELP Swings but does not start after fuel filter replaced

Hi guys need some assistance please... I replaced the fuel filter and o-ring on a T3 hatch. The car was shuddering and struggling to move at times when driving particularly noticeable when the ac was on. After replacing the filter and o-ring though the car swings but does not start. I removed the filter again and rechecked that everything was put back correctly...which it was. Put everything back again

Quote Originally Posted by REV 2 11 Awesome thank you Not sure if it makes a difference but the one I have has TWO rubber pipes at the top and then the fuel outlet pipe...like the one shown in the first post here httpwww.yarisworld.comforumsshowthread.phpt38381 I was thinking of the wrong thing. There is not a plastic sleeve on the filter - The one I was thinking of is on the fuel pressure regulator

Quote Originally Posted by CTScott I was thinking of the wrong thing. There is not a plastic sleeve on the filter - The one I was thinking of is on the fuel pressure regulator (which is the smaller metal device that is visible when you pull off the strainer. Does your yaris have the smart entry system or the engine immobilizer and if so did you disconnect the battery when you were working on the fuel

TOYOTA YARIS P1 I think my fuel system is dead&gone P

Needed a towing service last night P Was on highway AF suddentely become very lean and I had no more accellerationpower P I had to pull aside the road and the car stalled It wont start anymore well not for more than couple seconds and this only when I see a bit of fuel. When tuning Approaching 6k rpm with 99% more fuel in the map table the AF was still getting more and more lean from 11.51 at 5k to

Quote Originally Posted by cali yaris did you run out of gas But really figure out what failed exactly before you start replacing things. Could be several simple causes. Walbro pump fuel rail pressure regulatorgauge return line no more fuel problems. Haha I tried to correct the problem for 45mins on the side of the highway haha... and no I already check that possibility haha Quote Originally Posted

TOYOTA YARIS fuel mods help for nos

so here is the deal im a student at UTI and i have talk to some of my teachers about installing nos in my yaris and they told me i have to upgrade some parts of the fuel system first. I need to install a inline fuel pump or replace the stock pump with a higher output just to meet the demand of the fuel needed. I was thinking to replace the fuel rail and use a high pressure regulator. Any ideas. I just dont know where to start looking.

TOYOTA YARIS polished fuel rail

Just got these in stock posted to the store heres a pic

Quote Originally Posted by pimp my yaris Got almost all my fittings together. I just need to get to work. I been feeling a little lazy lately. Have a list of everything needed How much lenght is the hose What is this fuel regulator it looks good

Quote Originally Posted by packetrace So both end of fuel rail are -8an....but like pimp said....you put an adaptee -8 to -6 on each end...and them run -6an hose with appropriate hose ends ... Am i right Garm can you get the adapter from the hard stock line to -6an fittings Yes you are 100% correct. I am going to run -6 fuel as a feed line and return line. You can also run a -6 feed line and use

TOYOTA YARIS 2010 Hatcback with Fuel Problems.

My LCD fuel guage is acting up sometimes staying at a half a tank until i run out or not blinking at all. My fuel economy has dropped to 24.4 on a 10 gallon tank. Just wandering if it is the pressurized fuel system is acting up When I purchased the vechicle I was told to let the nozzle kick off normally when filling to the top and not to force more fuel in. Dealer wants 95.00 just to tell me what is wrong. Any opinions

In engine fuel injectors require a set amount of pressure at the nozzle during the operation. fuel injectors do not operate by increasing or decreasing the opening for fuel flow but they simply open the same either for a shorter or longer duration as needed. To regulate the amount of fuel in injector fuel pressure regulator is used. so i think it might be fuel pressure regulator.

TOYOTA YARIS Fuel Injector

Hello Everyone Im trying to get some information on the fuel injectors. I understand that there is no return and the pump and regulator provide fuel to the front. Anyone know what the regulator is set to Im just trying to find out what options there are for injectors. If I recall they have 12 port injectors thats all I know. So Im hoping people can help shed some light on this.

TOYOTA YARIS fuel filter

I have VITZ 99 model AT. Someone told me that vitz does not have fuel filter.. Is it ture if not then please tell me where it is located Thanks in advance.

Quote Originally Posted by eco Would it be possible to add an additional fuel filterI bought this thing about 3 months agobut when I felt our fuel filterit feels like there is a hard plastic pipe under the rubberwhats up. How did you feel the filter You do know that it is inside the fuel tank right Maybe youre talking about the fuel pressure regulator- right there by the fuel rail looks like a little metal canister

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