If you're wanting to be able to drag the fitting into an assembly and have it snap into place with mates, you need to add/define Mate References. Those are default mates that SWx will try to apply anytime you drop a part into an assembly. Mate references are a feature that can be used independent of routing, so it's not surprising that the Routing Component Wizard didn't add that functionality to your part.
As an aside, it looks like your CPoint1 is oriented perpendicular to what you intended. It's best to use points and flat surfaces/planes to define Cpoints properly, or you get some funky behavior.