Fuel pressure regulator - OE or aftermarket Topic is solved

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Fuel pressure regulator - OE or aftermarket

Post by Sveedy »

Just curious if an aftermarket regulator is fine or if I need to go with Volvo brand ?
Quite a price difference....
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Post by Cookeh »

OE doesn't exist in the UK and hasn't for quite a few years. Our cars are still running, make of that what you will.

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Post by misha »

Go with Bosch...it is OEM.
Fuel pressure regulators one these cars are made by Bosch.
Fuel pressure dampers are made by Pierburg and they are no longer available.
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