Volkswagen check engine light may turn on, and fault code P2294 – Fuel Pressure Regulator B Control Circuit Open may be active or present. A bad fuel pressure regulator, loose connector, or damaged wire harness cause the P2294 code.
How to Replace a Fuel Pressure Regulator on a Volkswagen Jetta.
- Park the vehicle in a safe and secure location.
- Let the vehicle cool down for at least a few hours before working in the engine bay to avoid burning yourself.
- Pull the hood release under the driver-side dashboard.
- Open the hood at the front of the vehicle and secure the hood with a prop rod or hydraulic struts.
- Use a scanner to check and read any fault codes that may be present related to the Fuel Pressure Regulator.
- Remove the Air Filter Housing by disconnecting the two clamps and the one hose connected.
- Repair or replace the sensor.
- Reinstall in reverse order.
If the engine is hot or warm, do not work on the fuel system. Fuel may leak and catch fire if the engine is still warm.
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We hope you find the VW P2294 Code Fuel Pressure Regulator guide helpful. Check these troubleshooting and repair guides for more help on your Volkswagen.