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Old June 3rd, 2013, 10:44 AM
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94 NAS90 Fuel Pump

Trying to source a fuel pump and only found them at RN ($359) and AB ($289). Checked the other usuals - RDS, Safari with no luck. Anybody have any other suggestions?
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Trying to source a fuel pump and only found them at RN ($359) and AB ($289). Checked the other usuals - RDS, Safari with no luck. Anybody have any other suggestions?
someone rebuilt one recently ...
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Old June 3rd, 2013, 11:50 AM
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yes, go to napa and get just the pump, minus the sending unit etc., and a new strainer for about $60 total. pull out the pump/sending unit, pull out old pump, splice in new wires with crimp connectors and done. i forget the part no. but if you do a search it is on here, that is where i got the part no. the actual pump part in these are the same in a number of vehicles btw, so simply searching napa's etc. site for a pump will not give you just the pump but the whole sending unit if memory serves me correctly
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Found this part # from NAPA, P74006. Based on the threads it looks like every person encountered different obstacles when replacing with aftermarket. Maybe going costly OEM is better to keep things clean and simple.
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