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Hello, I need to replace the FPR on a 96 Trooper. I understand this is a comon problem. Where is it? and how hard of a job is it? Thanks in advance for your help.
 

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In case someone else needs to replace it, here the scoop. You'll need a torx (sp?) screw driver and a 22mm wrench. The FPR is up front near the top of the engine. You have to take out the two hoses to gain access. Unscrew the nut on the bottom, first. I had to really crank on it and use some WD-40. After you get that off, take out the torx screw - that was really tight also. Wiggle it out of the fuel tube. My new FPR didn't come with a new rubber o-ring for the intake but the old one was in good shape so I reused it. It took me about an hour and a half but I could probably do it in 30 min now that I know what I'm doing.
 
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