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Fuel Line Fitting for Warm Up Regulator

I am in need of the fitting that goes on the warm up regulator on the left side of the WUR in the attached picture. It is for the smaller fuel line on the WUR. Does anyone have one on an old WUR for sale or know the correct P/N? The P/Ns I have found on EPC are not correct. Thanks.

It is a Male/Male connector with 8mm 1.0 pitch x 10mm 1.0 pitch threads. It is also used in some places on some Fuel Distributors.
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Found the fitting I need. Thanks.
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Found the fitting I need. Thanks.
I am looking for the same fitting. Can you share your vendor info?
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I am not going to be able to help you. I found the fitting I used at a local repair shop that specializes in old Mercedes. It took about 20 minutes of him digging through his old parts and bolts bins to find one. Sorry.


It is a Male/Male connector with 8mm 1.0 pitch x 10mm 1.0 pitch threads. Maybe you can use that info online or at a fuel injection shop to source one.
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