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Q\'s on suzuki fuel pumps.

Does anyone know if the fuel pump for the 1.3 EFI is the same as the one in the 1.8 8V Kicks?

Looking for back-up fuel pumps.

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Re: Q\'s on suzuki fuel pumps.

You would use a used fuel pump off a tracker?

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Re: Q\'s on suzuki fuel pumps.

Kick, tracker, same difference.

I would if I can find out if they'll work. WOuld be more options for the EFI guys, since new pumps cost an arm and a leg

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Re: Q\'s on suzuki fuel pumps.

Tim, thanks for asking that question. I've been wanting to know that also, since the Sami I just bought is a '90 with EFI. And, I don't think Tim was wanting to put on a used one off of a Tracker/Sidekick, like me, he was just wanting to know if it was the same. The Zone, and Pep Boys, among others would probably carry them, and at a cheaper price.

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Re: Q\'s on suzuki fuel pumps.

Weel, no. A good used one is fine with me too. New, they cost like $300, and aftermarket won't be that much cheaper.

Reason I'm asking is EFI Sammies are hard to find while Kicks/Trackers are dime a dozen in the yards.

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Re: Q\'s on suzuki fuel pumps.

Whaaattt? no not 300$ i just looked at trail tough and the fuel pump was 50$ more with the purchase of the adapter kit for the engine transplant. Someone put the napa numbers on here a month and a half ago and they were 47$, unless im thinking of the wrong part, but im sure im not......kinda sure........heck ill bet ten pushups im right...where is the fuel pump located on a tracker? I will go look in the yard today.

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Re: Q\'s on suzuki fuel pumps.

The kick/Sammu EFI pumps are inside the gas tank. The one's with a kit are in-line pumps.

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Re: Q\'s on suzuki fuel pumps.

so why couldnt you just put an inline pump in? would you have to have a different tank to do this? just curious

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Tim call me at 978 687 2546 home or cell 978 973 0448 i have to drop a tank everytime i sell an engine and break down a car. I want to get them for us, but without blowing up..Ever since the duel battery welding experience a few weeks ago im a little sensitive about the possabilities. I saw and heard and felt the possabilities and its not a repeat experience im looking for. Max

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Ok now that im at work, TIM CALL ME! its 1 888 771 1171 ask for me.

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