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    Senior Member Josh's Avatar
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    Bosch 909s are all over ebay, amazon, etc.

    At the local parts store try this:

    DELPHI FE0015
    Or tell them the application is a 77 porsche 924
    Rock auto lists this part under 1981 delorean.

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    I should get the new style dmch by Wednesday.

    I didn't think to look under 1981 though. I got 1982 so that's what I looked at.

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    Only problem with the all in one is you can't carry a spare unfortunately.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dn010 View Post
    Only problem with the all in one is you can't carry a spare unfortunately.


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    you can get spare parts if you contact James.

    My combo unit died on me with about 20k mi and that was the offering.

    I ended up just buying a tahoe fuel pump + sender local and dropping it in.

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    One year while driving from Gatlinburg over the mountain to Harrahs Casino my pump started acting up. I took it out and let her cool for about 30 min and all was well. I found a matching pump at an Advance Auto parts in Cherokee NC. I didn't install it till I got home since mine was fine(just got overheated) but the point is if Advance in that place has them then surely a little investigating will yield one.

    The secret is you don't ask for a DeLorean fuel pump, you ask for a pump for a1980 Porsche 911 (or whatever the cross reference is, I can't remember)

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    If I simply replaced the fuel with an oem style, would I not run into the same problem again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_maxime View Post
    If I simply replaced the fuel with an oem style, would I not run into the same problem again?
    well to the same effect that if you replace your tires you will eventually need to replace them again.

    the fuel pump is a wearable item, especially if you run the tank on the bottom half frequently and/or live in a hot climate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    you can get spare parts if you contact James.

    My combo unit died on me with about 20k mi and that was the offering.

    I ended up just buying a tahoe fuel pump + sender local and dropping it in.
    Do you mean you kept the DMCH combo and only replaced the fuel pump and sender, or went back to OEM style with a tahoe pump?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_maxime View Post
    Do you mean you kept the DMCH combo and only replaced the fuel pump and sender, or went back to OEM style with a tahoe pump?
    they are both integrated pump / senders.

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