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Old 12-13-2012, 06:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Greetings all and Happy Holidays -

I bought a 1992 about 3 months ago, the lady told me it might need a fuel pump. So tomorrow is my first opportunity to finally tinker with this beauty

I read all over the place and I realize it could be the filter, the relay, possible wiring issue and finally the pump itself.

My question is - any of these parts have generic replacements at my local parts shop? I have read some guys mention the relay is obtainable for $5-10, but I can seem to find part numbers. And what about the darn pump itself, any replacements parts?

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I have a known good pump (entire housing) and relay from a 1992 RRC I parted out this summer. If you are interested in it, send me a PM
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I forgot to mention, the relays are specific rover parts but there are replacement fuel pump options if you wish to splice them into the existing housing
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I have a known good pump (entire housing) and relay from a 1992 RRC I parted out this summer. If you are interested in it, send me a PM

Hi Frank - Being I am going through the trouble of tearing the whole thing up to replace the pump, I would rather not take the chance of a used pump.

My LR local mechanic confirmed the replacement part would be 1989 Chevy Cavalier, it goes between $70-75 depending on the wiring harness comes with it.

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I forgot to mention, the relays are specific rover parts but there are replacement fuel pump options if you wish to splice them into the existing housing

I found the replacement part number AR272 from NAPA, you have to do browse though on their site to get the right pin locations.

I did buy mine from Oreilly Auto, the part number is MPI 2ER3 for $10.99, they matched the price from NAPA.

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Here is a cheap fuel pump option that people have been using with success.

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Be careful with the box store relays. The fuel pump relay Oreilly gave me looked just like the wiring diagram on the one from the truck. It wasn't the same. It stayed open 24 hours a day and ran down the battery and ultimately burned up the new pump I put in the truck.

When you put it in, make sure to check for voltage leaks to be sure it is turning off... or just buy the right part from AB (or the like) and be done with it.

I'm not sure about the part number they gave me because I threw it away to get it out of my garage. Was afraid I would forget and put it back in the truck if I ever needed a new one. But if you get up one morning and the battery is dead, check that relay first.
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Thanks ArmRover, nothing wrong with saving $50! I will order it today and hopefully I get this baby running next week.
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Be careful with the box store relays. The fuel pump relay Oreilly gave me looked just like the wiring diagram on the one from the truck. It wasn't the same. It stayed open 24 hours a day and ran down the battery and ultimately burned up the new pump I put in the truck.

When you put it in, make sure to check for voltage leaks to be sure it is turning off... or just buy the right part from AB (or the like) and be done with it.

I'm not sure about the part number they gave me because I threw it away to get it out of my garage. Was afraid I would forget and put it back in the truck if I ever needed a new one. But if you get up one morning and the battery is dead, check that relay first.
Thanks for the heads up Texasdiver...That might explain the voltage I was seeing on the pump wiring harness when the ignition in position II as I tested, I will need to go back and test again.


Any idea where to get the right relay from without spending the $40? also any idea which pair of wires I need to check on the wiring harness for voltage? I could not find that information for my particular connector, it has the three male connectors.

thanks.
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Thanks ArmRover, nothing wrong with saving $50! I will order it today and hopefully I get this baby running next week.
Got the pump, replaced it and it works like a charm. Now on to figure out why I don't have sparks! Got another thread going for that.

Thank you for your suggestion, the sellers was prompt, free shipping and the pump looked like quality product.

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