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BMW 3.0Si Fuel Pressure Regulator

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$64.61 List Price $76.24 Save $11.63 Availability: In Stock
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FUEL PRESSURE REGULATOR, NATURAL FINISH -- 38 psi; Four ports; Push-in type; Includes caution sheet; A premium OEM replacement fuel pressure regulator; Provides significant help to make sure that your engine will get the exact and right amount of fuel supply for increased mileage and improved performance; An essential part to avoid the excessive build up of pressure that commonly causes inappropriate air and fuel mixture.
  • SKU#: SIPR124
  • Brand: Standard
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: Same day - 1 business day
  • Attachment Style: Push-in
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline
  • Includes: Caution sheet
  • Warranty: 3-year or 36,000-mile Standard limited warranty
 
Fits the following BMW 3.0Si Years:
  • 1975-1976 | 6 Cyl 3.0L | Base
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Bosch
Bosch is one of the largest global suppliers of automotive products, developing, manufacturing and supplying precision OE components and systems to vehicle manufacturers and the automotive aftermarket.
  • SKU#: W0133-1607752
  • Brand: Bosch
 
Fits the following BMW 3.0Si Years:
  • 1975-1976 | All Engines | All Submodels
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"this pressure regulator was one thing I replaced in an effort to get rid of the VAPOR LOCK issue that either exists or does not depending on what website you are on. i went through entire fuel system including this regulator. this part had the best performance improvement results. have boiled tank clean and replaced lines fuel injectors pressure regulator new filter cold start valve and it still VAPOR LOCKS....aaaaahhhhh!!!! Condition has greatly improved but still fuel evaporates after a shutdown after 20 to 30 mins of driving. i am thinking of hood scoops for air and a fan..getting desperate....it runs perfect other than this issue. Am going to insulate the fuel lines. my brain is running out of stuff to try." posted by: oldzdood on April 30, 2013