* IF YOU CONFIRM: The engine needs to be cranked for a long time (4-10 seconds) before the engine starts. And Fuel system pressure after engine shutoff drops lower than 200 kPa (29 psi) after 30 minutes time. ACTION: Replace the fuel pressure regulator. See the Service Procedure for instructions on replacing the fuel pressure regulator.
On my 2007 Versa, I had the TSB performed by the dealer. All was well for about 4 weeks then it started acting up again. Took it back and the dealer said they couldn't find the problem. My guess they didn't even look as it fails every time now after being driven for 15 to 30 min.
So what else can be the problem? Should I replece the regulator again? Maybe the fuel pump too? How about after market stuff? Can I upgrade the whole fuel delivery system? Yes, I'm out of warrentee already...
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