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RDP
Posted 2018-05-02 7:46 AM (#562661)
Subject: fuel pump question



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When I bought my car, an incorrect fuel pump was installed.
Last year I bought a NOS fuel pump, unfortunately it does not work again. I think it's the old diaphragm's fault.
Is this a universal part? Is necessary is correct for this pump. This is Carter M2348s.

Thanks
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56D500boy
Posted 2018-05-02 8:13 AM (#562666 - in reply to #562661)
Subject: RE: fuel pump question



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To pick the correct fuel pump, it is necessary to know what year the car is and which engine, 6 or V8, and if V8 what displacement (301? 325? 326? 350? etc?)

Then we can figure out the fuel pump and where you can buy a new one or a repair kit.

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KcImperial
Posted 2018-05-02 8:36 AM (#562667 - in reply to #562661)
Subject: Re: fuel pump question



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Try this kit
http://www.then-now-auto.com/product/ck-110-carter-fuel-pump-kit/
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RDP
Posted 2018-05-02 9:49 AM (#562670 - in reply to #562661)
Subject: Re: fuel pump question



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Thanks Don, I have to try it

Dave, now my Carter pump is correct. I think that the combination of modern fuel and old rubber was not good
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StillOutThere
Posted 2018-05-02 9:55 AM (#562672 - in reply to #562661)
Subject: Re: fuel pump question



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Then and Now has been supplying (and rebuilding) with the highest quality in this hobby for MANY DECADES. Can't go wrong here. Now they also do motor mounts.
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bbrasse1
Posted 2018-05-03 5:57 PM (#562761 - in reply to #562661)
Subject: Re: fuel pump question


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They also do carrier bearings for those with split driveshafts! Great job! Good price.
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