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post #1 of 3 Old 02-25-2012, 11:14 AM Thread Starter
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Performance Electric Fuel Pump

Anyone have any experience with the "Performance Electric" brand fuel pump from RockAuto? P/N P37 is $42.99 and the next cheapest Airtex P/N E2236 is $115.89. The local shop advised me to get one with a wire harness but the cheapest one that has a photo showing wires hanging off is the motorcraft for $322, and it looks like the one currently mounted to my frame and making very sick noises is a motorcrap. Any insight appreciated!
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Or, alternatively, any recommendations on a good brand? Something I hopefully won't have to replace just after the warranty runs out? Had a bad experience with a fuel pump on an S10 once....

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I'm also interested in this. My motorcraft pump sounds like crap also, and I don't feel like paying big bucks for a new one. It also could be cause the pickup is clogged in the tank but I don't know if that would cause a sick sounding pump

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