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Old 08-29-2001, 08:49 PM
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Smelt some gas today and a good thing I stopped and looked at what's up. The o ring on the fuel pump cannister gave out and there was gas a plenty flowing. The truck is parked now at a motel parking lot until I find an o ring. Question is, "Is there a non-canister fuel pump available for this motor?" It would make life one o ring less easier.



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That's probably all you'll find if you're shopping on a budget. Compare new with old and you might find that the new one is shorter, which means your fuel lines will not fit perfectly.
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There is a fuel pump for the FE engine that does not have the canister, just goto your local parts house and ask them and they will point you in the right direction. I replaced the canister type on my truck because all it did was leak.
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I will call the NAPA guys today. One less o ring is a beautiful thing. Thanks



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