couple questions- 1.is the fuel pressure regulator bolted directly under the tank?2. Does the dealer call it something different?3. How much$?
Well that sucks! Thanks for the info though.This is a VERY common problem with the ltr. The nuts are molded into the tank. The only way we have been able to remove them when this happens is to cut the head of the bolts off, the wedge a screw driver beside the nuts in the plastic and remove with vise grips.
You will probably have to epoxy the nuts back in the tank once this is done.
it should bleed off or shouldnt?no but if you have an air compressor and a gage you can test it off the bike.
T the gage to the inlet and plug the outlet, then apply a small amount of air to the inlet. it should bleed off any air until it reaches 37 psi and after that it shouldn't go ant higher. you may need to install a valve to regulate the air volume.