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Fuel pump on my 97 keeps going bad?

My fuel pump on top of the motor has went out 3 times in three years ? I'll replace it and the hoses and it will dry up. In about 6 months it will have start showing some leakage ? Is there a filter on the return line on going back to the tank ? Could it not be relieving properly? Motor runs fine and i have been using carter pumps . NEED A LITTLE ADVICE . THANKS ,GREG

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buy a ford one

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dj is right buy a Ford pump.
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replaced aftermarket fuel pumps less then 3 days after install with Ford pumps. Get a Ford!
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my 2000 250 psd has a bosch fuel pump that I bought at ford after going through 3 carter pumps from NAPA

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Looks Like Ineed A Real Pump . Does Anyone Know The Motorcraft Part Number Or Know Where To Get A Deal On A Bosch? Thanks Greg
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You can go to "Team Ford on the web or "genuine Ford parts" and save a few buck on original ford parts. I bought mine (for a 95 model) from "Genuine Ford Parts" on a google search and It's part number was F6TZ-9350-A The List Price was $145.80 and they sold it for $109.35 It had $8.95 freight to ship it. I hope this helps. Ther may have been a price increase since I bought mine, "everthing else has gone up" ( purchased in march of 2006)

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just bought A pump Wow I'm not the only one . Only 1000 miles on one from Auto zone Truck won't Go over 70mph Thanks guys I thought no way a new pump would go so fast.
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