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|Gasket Or Seal Included:||Y|
|GPH (Free Flow) Rating:||40 gph|
|Maximum Flow Rating:||40 @ 1800 RPM gph|
|Maximum Pressure:||6.5 PSI|
|Minimum Pressure Reading:||5.25|
|Pressure Rating:||5.25 - 6.5 PSI|
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Q:In the specifications it states that the inlet and outlet are both threaded. I recently purchased this part and it showed compatible for my vehicle a month ago now it does not. The part does fit but i need to know which is the inlet and which is the outlet. I installed the part and it isn't working.
A:Happy to help, Nick! The large tube is the inlet (3/8"-inch) and the other one is the outlet (5/8"-inch). Please click the below link to watch the installation video of this Mechanical Fuel Pump - Part No. 41567:
Q:does it have a rod that drives this fuel pump
A:This has a rubber diaphragm that is sandwiched between two halves of the housing and actuated by some sort of arm. Mechanical fuel pumps are "puller" pumps. That is, they have strong suction ability, which is needed to pull gasoline from the tank and up to the engine.
A:The shaft coming out of the fuel pump rides a wheel on the crank shaft which pushes thr arm up and down to pump the fuel.
Q:where is the fuel pump located
A:Mechanical fuel pumps are on the engine. This one is on the passenger side close to fan belts - below valve cover.
A:The main fuel pump that sits in front of the rear wheels outside of the fuel tank.