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6.0 frame fuel pump

So back in Feb i had a motor an a bunch of work done to my truck by a "shop". I wont get into that right now. While looking at some possible land i want to buy, the truck acted like it ran out of fuel. After cycling the key a few times i noticed i could not hear the fuel pump. After crawling under the truck i see that the pump is not my 2004 excursion fuel pump. The shop chopped the power wires to the fuel pump an the wires pulled out of the plug. So after a long story reaches my question. Do later year fuel pumps have different plugs? What would have been the point to cut up my wiring? And i think the current pump is a 2006 or 2007 pump, guessing, is there a benefit over later year pumps over say a 2004? Thanks alot guys.
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If I remember correctly, they all use the same HFCM, however, certain model years needed a different harness adapter to make the wiring work correctly.

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The replacement pumps eliminated the fuel heater so you'll need the updated harness

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solid chop work, not even a water proof connector.

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OK, thanks for the info. To show my ignorance, what is the problem with 3 nipples...
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solid chop work, not even a water proof connector.
Let's hope that they never discover wire nuts.

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They only use those for the high end work.

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OK, thanks for the info. To show my ignorance, what is the problem with 3 nipples...
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Ya less than impressed is an understatment. I am not happy about losing the fuel heater either as i also live in northern Wisconsin where it tends to get colds as a witchs t*t! So was there any benefit to this shop doing this? My 04 pump was working very well as it had a brand new Racor pump in it. I dont understand why. Also how do i track down which connector they used so i can fix this awsome wireing nightmare?
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Thank you i think that is exactly what i need to fix my problem.
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