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Have a fuel leak

I found the leak but need to know what the part is called, it's at the fuel rail on top passenger side and looks like a fuel regulator. it's on a 2000 olds alero with the 2.4L 4 cylinder engine. I looked up a regulator on the net and doesn't look like what I have. can you help me out here?
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Yes, this is the fuel pressure regulator. Mine is doing the very same thing ( leaking ) and tomorrow I am off to the parts store to get another. I posted a question elsewhere here about if there was anything that I should know about replacing this unit and I am still awaiting a reply. I do know that places like Advance Auto sell this little unit for around $65. I have seen it cheaper online, but I wish to not wait any longer ( can anyone say fire hazard ? ) and replace this ASAP.

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Probably is regulator, go to parts store and ask to see one for your car.

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