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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-06-2003, 05:31 PM Thread Starter
 
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got my new electric feul pump

i just recientally replaced my feul pump with an electric Carquest #e8016s it was a little more expencive that the squarish ones most are using but i was told by the auto parts store guy that they didnt carry the others because they were so noisy (mom and pop auto store)this one is round it bolted with the sipplied bracket where my old gas filter was to the same hole even it is so quiet i have to touch it to tell if it is running any noise at all will cover its operation i have only put about 100 miles on it so far but i am very happy with it so far it is rated at 2.5 to 4 psi
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Re: got my new electric feul pump

Intersting, costs?
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Re: got my new electric feul pump

I have the exact same one. I'm running a regulator and gauge and first it wouldn't hold a steady psi but now it seems to be doing better. Only had it on a few weeks but so far so good. If this one craps out I guess I'll try the Walbro pump a few of the guys are running.

I started off with the Purolater brand and it went bad very quick and was really noisy.
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Re: got my new electric feul pump

I would recommend standing it up more vertically than that , they dont' seem to like laying down at all . I hate these stupid fuel pump issues , it's like you can't buy anything worth having anymore from these aftermarket suppliers . Sucks....
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