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randamonia
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Fuel regulator

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Hi
My fuel regulator has sprung a leak on the metal lid. Very odd.
Can’t find a replacement in the usual places. JK List one but sold out. I’m assuming these are for generic application. This seems to be the same as mine with the metal bowl minus the pressure gauge attachment. The one listed on JK,l has a glass bowl but would prefer metal as per existing. Only thing is it says for engines over 150bhp...mine clearly isn’t! 1.9DG engine.

https://www.dellorto.co.uk/shop/car-acc ... ith-gauge/

Is this ok?

Thanks folks
1987 Autohomes Komet 1.9 DG (LPG)

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Re: Fuel regulator

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Answered my own question, sorry. Didn’t realise there was a smaller version. Doh!
1987 Autohomes Komet 1.9 DG (LPG)

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You shouldn't need one. The DG is a mechanical pump as standard, or if someone has modded it to electric (for whatever reason , I'm not a fan) they usually use a low pressure facet type pump. What do you have?

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