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Old May 7th, 2009, 09:12 AM   #17
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The in tank fuel pump will allow fuel to be pulled through without having to remove it. The Ford E2000 pump is the frame mounted pump from an '89 Ranger or Bronco II. The most common place for mounting is attaching it to the little skid plate that covers the rear proportioning valve for the brakes, directly upstream from the factory fuel filter. Cut the power line from the factory harness, (pink with black tracer) and hook it up to the power side of the new pump, and ground the other side real good. The Ranger pumps can handle the rigors of off roading better than the Grand Marquis pump, slight design difference. You need a pump that outputs ~ 45 PSI to keep the fuel injection happy on the engine. If you are running a carb, what the hell is wrong with you?. Regular 5/16 reinforced gasoline hose with ideal clamps will harness the fuel pressure fine, and with the sock on the bottom of the in-tank pickup, and the factory fuel filter you are set to run.
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