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    Senior Member Josh's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DMCH James View Post
    It's a not a kit per se, but it would come as shown here with a new pump, two new hoses (you'll cut the old ones off), a new in-tank filter (while you're in there) and a loaner set of pliers to get the hoses on. We don't have any written instructions for this. but it's pretty straightforward and we can walk you through it easy enough.

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    Well having already disassembled the pump last night its not too bad and those are the three parts I identified I needed. Just removing those hoses can be a bit of a pain.
    Can you send me an email so we can get shipping and stuff figured out. Thanks James

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    Are those pliers for unlocking the Feed/Return quick couplers on top of the assembly?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    Well having already disassembled the pump last night its not too bad and those are the three parts I identified I needed. Just removing those hoses can be a bit of a pain.
    Can you send me an email so we can get shipping and stuff figured out. Thanks James

    jschattenkirk@gmail.com
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    As a follow up James has put together the parts and will be shipping them shortly. Seems this is resolved. Thanks James.

    Without the deposit charge for the pliers, it is about $80 in parts which is not too bad.

    Ill still run the alternative pump but rebuild my existing one for a backup which will give some extra piece of mind on road trips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMCH James View Post
    It's a not a kit per se, but it would come as shown here with a new pump, two new hoses (you'll cut the old ones off), a new in-tank filter (while you're in there) and a loaner set of pliers to get the hoses on. We don't have any written instructions for this. but it's pretty straightforward and we can walk you through it easy enough.

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    When my fuel pump died suddenly a couple of months ago, James hooked me up with the replacement parts above and the car has been running fine since. The new hoses are kind of a pain to put on with the pliers, but a little bearing grease helps in that regard. I would add that it's a great time to drain and re-wipe out your fuel tank when installing, especially if your pickup filter is as bad as mine was.
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    James, thanks once again for your help with that!
    Brandon S.

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