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Anyone know where to get a new or refurbished warm up regulator?
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I took a chance on one out of "79 which I have, from a scrap yard in California. For $70 I figured it was worth a try,and it worked out great. Found it on E-Bay. Of course it was a gamble,but I got lucky I guess. The other thing I had to consider was I could not rebuild the one I had because it was the wrong one for the vehicle. There are rebuild kits available, and also rebuilt ones'. Kits available here http://salvox.com/products.php?66&cPath=16 Rebuilds herehttp://www.k-jet.biz/

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Anyone know where to get a new or refurbished warm up regulator?
New are really spendy.

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I took a chance on one out of "79 which I have, from a scrap yard in California. For $70 I figured it was worth a try,and it worked out great. Found it on E-Bay. Of course it was a gamble,but I got lucky I guess. The other thing I had to consider was I could not rebuild the one I had because it was the wrong one for the vehicle. There are rebuild kits available, and also rebuilt ones'. Kits available here Rebuild kit for Bosch - cis Jetronic Warm Up Regulator - WUR - salvox Rebuilds herehttp://www.k-jet.biz/
Get the rebuild kit from K-Jet.biz . Salvox is missing some extra parts that the K-Jet one has. The aussie gent can also rebuild them faster if Larry is running 2-3 months behind.

Also, Ryson did you actually get a fuel pressure tester and check to make sure it's your WUR before tossing parts at the problem?

You can get a fuel pressure test kit from harbor freight for $50 that has the correct fittings. Just make sure to remove the schrader valves on them as they mess with the readings.
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I lucked out and was able to find a new Bosch WUR for a great deal on ebay. Replaced it and now the 450SLC is running smooth.
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Great news, good for you!!
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