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Airtex
1969 International 1100D Electric Fuel Pump 8 Cyl 5.0L Airtex

P311-0E9BB52    E2037  New

SP6638 , E2037 , 218232-R92 , C9HZ-9350B , EFP2037 , C2TZ-9350C , EP7294 , 2058552 , P74187

Qty:
501.76
Airtex Electric Fuel Pump
  • In Tank Pump & Strainer Set
  • "with In-Tank Pump"
  • Product Attributes:
    • Filter Included: No
    • Flow Rate: 55
    • Fuel Pump Flow Rating: 55
    • Fuel Pump Type: Electrical
    • Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor Included: No
    • Mounting Bracket Included: No
    • Mounting Hardware Included: No
    • Pump Placement: In Tank
    • Pump Type:
      • Electric
      • Electrical
    • Terminal Type: Pin
    • Wiring Harness Included: No
  • Airtex enhanced electric in-tank fuel pumps are 100% quality tested and are designed to deliver quiet operation, industry-leading performance and durability. All Airtex pumps meet or exceed OE specifications in fit, form and function. Quality Airtex in-tank fuel pumps deliver optimum performance while providing long life.
Brand: Airtex
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1969 - International 1100D V 8 Cyl 5.0L 304 4982
Airtex
1973 International Scout II Electric Fuel Pump - In-Line 6 Cyl 4.2L Airtex

P311-2900B4F    E8012S  New

EP12S , P60430DP , USEP8012SP , USEP8012S , EFP18 , 152065 , 402-P8012S , EH012S , E8012S , FD0002 , 6472381 , EP12B , SP8012 , P60430 , EP20S , EP4000S

Qty:
39.45
Airtex Electric Fuel Pump  In-Line
  • Fuel Pump - Electric In Line
  • ; 5/16 In. Hose May be used as Mechanical Pump replacement Includes Bracket, Clamps, Connectors Bracket, Wiring Harness, Fuel Hose
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Male
    • Connector Shape: Spade
    • Filter Included: Yes
    • Flow Rate: 15
    • Fuel Filter Included: Yes
    • Fuel Pump Flow Rating: 25
    • Fuel Pump Inlet Type: Hose Barb
    • Fuel Pump Type: Electrical
    • Fuel Sending Unit Included: No
    • Fuel Type:
      • Diesel
      • Gas
    • Inlet Outside Diameter: 3/8
    • Mounting Bracket Included: Yes
    • Mounting Hardware Included: Yes
    • Negative Ground: Yes
    • Operating Pressure: 5
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 5/16
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Pump Design: Gerotor
    • Pump Placement: In Line
    • Pump Type:
      • Electric
      • Electrical
    • Regulator Included: No
    • Seal And Lock Ring Included: No
    • Static Pressure Rating: 7
    • Strainer Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 2
    • Terminal Type: Blade
    • Wiring Harness Included: No
  • Airtex enhanced electric in-line fuel pumps are 100% quality tested and are designed to deliver quiet operation, industry-leading performance and durability. All Airtex pumps meet or exceed OE specifications in fit, form and function. Quality Airtex inline fuel pumps deliver optimum performance while providing long life.
Brand: Airtex
Position: In-Line
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1973 - International Scout II In-Line L 6 Cyl 4.2L 258 4229
Airtex
1973 International Scout II Electric Fuel Pump - In-Line 6 Cyl 4.2L Airtex

P311-177583E    E8090  New

FD0038 , P74019 , 25164739 , SP1141 , E8090 , EH090 , EP368 , 69404

Qty:
38.50
Airtex Electric Fuel Pump  In-Line
  • Fuel Pump - Electric In Line
  • ; 5/16 In. Hose May be used as Mechanical Pump replacement Includes Bracket, Clamps, Connectors Bracket, Wiring Harness, Fuel Hose
  • Product Attributes:
    • Butt Connectors Included: Yes
    • Filter Included: Yes
    • Flow Rate: 26.4
    • Fuel Filter Included: Yes
    • Fuel Pump Flow Rating: 20
    • Fuel Pump Inlet Type: Hose Barb
    • Fuel Sending Unit Included: No
    • Fuel Type:
      • Diesel
      • Gas
    • Hose Clamps Included: Yes
    • Hose Included: Yes
    • Inlet Outside Diameter: 3/8
    • Mounting Bracket Included: Yes
    • Mounting Hardware Included: Yes
    • Negative Ground: Yes
    • Operating Pressure: 1
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 3/8
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Pump Design: Solenoid
    • Pump Placement: In Line
    • Pump Type:
      • Electric
      • Electrical
    • Regulator Included: No
    • Seal And Lock Ring Included: No
    • Static Pressure Rating: 5.5-9
    • Strainer Included: No
    • Terminal Type: Lead Wire
    • Wire Quantity: 2
    • Wiring Harness Included:
      • No
      • Yes
  • Airtex enhanced electric in-line fuel pumps are 100% quality tested and are designed to deliver quiet operation, industry-leading performance and durability. All Airtex pumps meet or exceed OE specifications in fit, form and function. Quality Airtex inline fuel pumps deliver optimum performance while providing long life.
Brand: Airtex
Position: In-Line
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1973 - International Scout II In-Line L 6 Cyl 4.2L 258 4229
Carter
1974 International 200 Electric Fuel Pump - In-Line 6 Cyl 4.2L Carter

P311-36A8585    P74019  New

B-0111-E , E8012S , 16700-634-015 , 151-1091 , L21-1095 , F4023 , SP8012 , SP1141 , E8090 , B-0128-E , 16700-634-673 , FD0002 , 19162977 , 602-1249 , 3621 674 , E16087 , 16700-634-005 , L21-1087 , 2126 087 , 16700-634-315 , FEP12SV , 69404 , B0128E , EP12S , 6472381 , 16700-634-672 , 3700900 , 151-1090 , 2421 110 , E16010 , 3700901 , FD0038 , 599-1011

Qty:
39.36
Carter Electric Fuel Pump  In-Line
  • Fuel Pump - Electric In Line
  • ; May be used as Mechanical Pump replacement
  • Product Attributes:
    • Butt Connectors Included: Yes
    • Compatible Fuel Type:
      • Diesel
      • Gas
    • Filter Included: Yes
    • Flow Rate: 26.4
    • Fuel Filter Included: Yes
    • Fuel Pump Flow Rating: 20
    • Fuel Pump Inlet Type: Threaded
    • Fuel Sending Unit Included: No
    • Fuel Type:
      • Diesel
      • Gas
    • Hose Clamps Included: Yes
    • Hose Included: Yes
    • Inlet Fitting Thread Size: Npt 1/8-27
    • Inlet Outside Diameter: 3/8
    • Internal Or External: External
    • Length: 112.0
    • Minimum Pressure: 2.3
    • Mounting Bracket Included: Yes
    • Mounting Hardware Included: Yes
    • Negative Ground: Yes
    • Operating Pressure: 1
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 3/8
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Pump Design: Solenoid
    • Pump Placement: In Line
    • Pump Type:
      • Electric
      • Electrical
    • Regulator Included: No
    • Seal And Lock Ring Included: No
    • Static Pressure Rating: 5.5-9
    • Strainer Included: No
    • Terminal Type: Lead Wire
    • Wire Quantity: 2
    • Wiring Harness Included: No
  • The Carter Fuel Systems program features unique innovation and solutions by offering premium OE fit, form, and function as well as exceptional vehicle coverage and exclusive problem-solving features.
Brand: Carter
Position: In-Line
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1974 - International 200 In-Line L 6 Cyl 4.2L 258 4229

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1986 Chevy 7.4L 454 Fuel Pump

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Question From TheRue on 1986 Chevy 7.4L 454 Fuel Pump

I have a 1986 Chevy 7.4L 454 V8 in my RV. It has 33,000 miles on it. Saturday I bought a new fuel pump for it. I removed the old one and when I went to install the new one, I couldn't get it in because the internal rod wasn't retracted. I tried to "crank" over the motor to get it to retract, I've tried removing some of the plugs to relieve engine pressure so that I could manually get it to retract.... Nothing. Any suggestions? Anyone?

Response From dave284

Have you tried a magnet?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Oh yes! I hate those and never could get grease or a wire to hold the pushrod up dependably as I guess I'm too slow with the pump.

Trick if you can....
Jack up the passenger's (fuel pump side) so it looks ridiculous but be safe! Whole side tilted higher gives you more time to get the new pump in.

Trust me it works but dear God be safe about it - jackstands on blocks - whatever it takes so it can't fall,

T

Response From TheRue

Thanks for the response.

I have not tried a magnet. I assume we're talking about a strong, industrial magnet that would "grab" the rod through the engine casing? Would you have ideas on how to use a magnet for this application? I'm willing to try anything.

1995 safari eletrical issues

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Question From Fort817 on 1995 safari eletrical issues

My 1995 Gmc Safari fuel injected 4.3's fuel pump went out and i replaced it 3 months later the relay for it burned out and some of the wires got overheated i replaced the relay and another 4 months later driving the interior lights and dash flashed or (surged) and the van died now the interior lights , headlights and fuel pump don't work but the engine turns over and has fire and the fuel pump has power. Is their any other relays i should check or a good place to start looking for an internally burned wire?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

You just stated that the fuel pump was getting power. Sounds likely simply a bad pump. If you buy those discount pumps for this vehicle, they don't hold up at all. You shouldn't use anything but Delco.

1996 Chev. PU 5.7 engine fuel pump control

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Question From gmgmdave on 1996 Chev. PU 5.7 engine fuel pump control

When key turned to "on" position should I feel the fuel pump relay "click"? Does the VCM (computer) energize the relay coil for 2-3 seconds? If the engine starts, is the voltage to run the fuel pump controlled by an engine oil pressure switch? I'm getting this from the electical diagram in a Haynes manual. With the engine running, should the fuel pump be heard running inside the tank at ALL times? Anyone have a trusted source of true information (as compared to opinion) I can telephone to educate me on proper operation of the fuel system on this vehicle? I'm willing to pay for education.

Response From Double J Top Rated Answer

Hi

Fuel pump electrical circuit operation goes like this.....

When the Ignition switch is turned to the ON position (before engaging the starter), the VCM energizes the fuel pump relay for 2 seconds causing the fuel pump to pressurize the fuel system. If the VCM does not receive the ignition reference pulses (engine cranking or running) within 2 seconds, the control module shuts off the fuel pump relay, causing the fuel pump to stop.

As a backup system to the fuel pump relay, the fuel pump oil pressure switch can energize the fuel pump. The switch has 2 internal circuits. One circuit operates the oil pressure indicator or gage in the instrument cluster. The other circuit is a normally open switch which closes when the oil pressure reaches about 28 kPa (4 psi). If the fuel pump relay fails, the fuel pump oil pressure switch runs the fuel pump.

An inoperative fuel pump relay can result in long cranking times, particularly if the engine is cold. The fuel pump oil pressure switch energizes the fuel pump as soon as oil pressure reaches about 28 kPa (4 psi).
Yes the fuel pump should run at all times with the engine running......you may not hear it..if its very audible it may be time to replace it..
Hope this info helped you..
Now then, Hmmmm willing to pay?
Just kidding...If I got paid for this...I'd probably call in sick...LOL
Jim

Sentra never starts first time

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Question From Guest on Sentra never starts first time

I own 2005 Nissan Sentra Special Edition with about 70,000 miles. Everything on the car seems to be running properly except that it never starts up the first time -- the engine simply sputters violently. However, this is not a major problem (to us) because it has never failed to start up the second time without incident. Does anybody know what the issue could possibly be? (Or if it even is an issue?)

Thanks

Response From Guest

I have a similiar problem with my 2002 nissan sentra with about 133000 miles on it. Mines have a no start conndition. sometimes if i let it sit it will start. I have had several repairs done but the problem still recur. I have had the following replace battery,spark plugs, starter and fuel injectors replaced. What can be done to get to the root of the problem.

Response From dmac0923 Top Rated Answer

as a 2002 nissan sentra owner myself.

i put money on your fuel pump. the sentras are notorious for weak/short lived fuel pumps. the internal check valve fails and allows the fuel in the lines to drain back into the tank.

try this next time you get in the car.

cycle the ignition key to the on position (BUT DONT CRANKTHE ENGINE)allow the fuel pump to run for 3 seconds......do this about three times. ill guarantee itll start right up..

what your doing is repressurizing/priming the fuel system getting the gas back up to the engine

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Is it like it's flooded the first try? May have injectors leaking down. Check oil for evidence of fuel (smell) and if overfull too if gas is leaking badly it can get into oil + not good!

T

'91 Chevy C1500 fuel pump wiring problem?

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Question From mbsmith9 on '91 Chevy C1500 fuel pump wiring problem?

It appears that my 10A ECM fuse circuit controlling the fuel pump has a short - a new fuse burns out the instant the ignition is turned on. Bypassing the fuse and hot wiring the fuel pump delivers fuel to the throttle body but not to the injectors or engine, I assume because the ECM fuse is necessary to do so. I've inspected all wiring from the fuel pump to the firewall and it's okay. I have also replaced the fuel pump relay.

I now want to remove the fuse block to check the wiring and connections to locate the problem. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

If the ECM/IGN 10amp fuse, is the one that keeps blowing; you may be chasing the wrong circuit?
This fuse powers up a portion of the ECM, along with a few other devices, such as the EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) solenoid, AIR (air injection reaction) diverter valve solenoid and the ESC (electronic spark control) module. According to my wiring diagram this power wire is a pink/black wire.
With this fuse blowing as soon as the ignition is turned on, I would try disconnecting these modules & solenoids one at a time; to confirm that they are not internally shorted.

I understand your thinking; you turn on the ignition and you should hear the fuel pump run its prime cycle but you’re not seeing/hearing fuel pump because a portion of the ECM that controls the fuel pump relay pull-in coil, is not being powered up.

The actual fuse (In-line 20amp) for the fuel pump to tank circuit (after relay) is located under the plastic cover, on the right side of the firewall with the fuel pump relay.

An easy way to confirm that the wire(s) from the relay, the oil pressure switch, to the fuel pump are ok is to jumper the gray and orange connections at the oil pressure switch. This should cause the fuel pump to run; more or less by-passing the relay.

The oil pressure switch is used as a back up method of turning on the fuel pump if the relay fails.
Here’s an example of how that’s suppose to work on a vehicle where’s nothing wrong other then the fuel pump relay. Most GM’s of the same model years as yours used this method of wiring their pumps..
You begin cranking the engine and it doesn’t start as fast as “normal”; you continue to crank the engine. Once oil pressure builds to 4psi, the switch in the oil pressure switch closes and completes the power feed circuit to the fuel pump, once the fuel pressure builds the engine starts.

Like I said this is not likely a fuel pump issue.

Dan.

Response From Jeff Norfolk

Check the plug that goes into the fuel pump. These have a history of burning up and causing the problem you are having.