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see picture below:

you need to ensure that you have both male and female fittings that will screw onto the fitting circled in yellow.

this is a picture of a BL WUR. See the adjustment screw circled in blue. Makes cold adjustments a "drew brees" - - go Saints!!

I believe you'll need a 13 or 14 mm box wrench to get that fitting off... Make sure you car is fully cooled off and pumps haven't been run in hours, this way you won't have too much fuel spilled when you loosen this fitting. It shouldn't be more than an ounce...

If you've run your pumps within the past hour or so... be prepared to "sop up" 4-5 oz of fuel...
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