P2293 CHEVROLET code

Code P2293 is a code indicating that the fuel pressure is different than commanded to the injectors by the ECM. The problem may cause various problems due to the fuel pressure being too low or high, if the sensor is failing or failed.

Where is the fuel pressure regulator located?

fuel rail

in a continuous fuel system, the fuel pressure regulator is typically mounted in the fuel rail. the fuel pressure regulator is controlled by engine vacuum. most modern vehicles use a return-less fuel system.

What is fuel pressure regulator 2 performance?

OBD II fault code P2293 is a generic trouble code that is defined as “Fuel Pressure Regulator 2 Performance”, and is set when the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) detects a difference between the desired fuel pressure and the actual fuel pressure that exceeds a specified maximum allowable threshold.

What does code P2293 mean?

Fuel Pressure Regulator 2 Performance

OBD-II Code P2293 is defined as a Fuel Pressure Regulator 2 Performance. The Fuel Pressure Regulator allows the fuel system to release excessive fuel in the fuel rail back to the fuel tank.

How do I fix code P0089?

What repairs can fix the P0089 code?

  1. Replacement of damaged or restricted fuel lines.
  2. Fuel pressure regulator replacement.
  3. Replacement of clogged screens and filters.
  4. Failed fuel pump replaced.

How do you know if the fuel pressure regulator is bad?

Symptoms Of A Bad Fuel Regulator

  1. Engine misfires/poor acceleration.
  2. Black smoke coming from the exhaust.
  3. Spark plugs appear black.
  4. Reduced fuel mileage.
  5. Gasoline in the vacuum hose.
  6. Engine backfires.
  7. Engine won’t crank.
  8. Excessive fuel pump noise.

Where is fuel pressure regulator on Silverado?

The fuel pressure regulator resides on the upper driver’s side portion of the engine, directly below the plastic intake manifold shroud (See Resources for example).

How do I fix error code P2293?

What repairs can fix the P2293 code?

  1. Replace the fuel filter, if it is clogged.
  2. Replace the fuel pump, if it is not producing enough pressure or fails intermittently.
  3. Replace the fuel pressure regulator sensor 2, if it fails testing.

How do you fix code P0087?

What repairs can fix the P0087 code?

  1. Replacing the fuel filter or screen.
  2. Replacing kinked fuel lines.
  3. Removing and replacing the fuel pump.
  4. Replacing a faulty fuel pressure sensor.

What is a fuel pressure sensor?

The fuel tank pressure sensor is part of the fuel pump assembly and is mounted on top of the tank or inside the tank. It’s part of the evaporative emissions system (commonly referred to as “EVAP”) and reads pressure in the fuel system to detect evaporative leaks, such as a loose or faulty gas cap.

How much is a high pressure fuel pump?

The average cost for a fuel pump replacement is between $220 and $1,062, depending on vehicle and age. Labor costs are estimated between $124 and $260, while parts are priced between $95 and $854. Estimates do not include taxes and fees.