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Old 08-16-2012, 11:49 AM
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'68 Bronco 289 fuel pump

The fuel pump has vacuum lines which run the wipers. Is there anyplace to find this pump or have it rebuilt? Thanks.
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older fuel pump/wiper unit

After the call for availability you may find it inexpensively at any parts house. Alternetivly call or check on-line w/AutoStoned, O'Ripoff's, Advance or any national co that has on-line presence or finally - the bronk venders (Jeff's, Tom's etc).
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