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R2 Fuel Pump?


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Here is a copy from the shop manual. Original pumps have 6 screws attaching the pieces. Modified mopar pumps have more, I believe 8 screws. This is the version with the return line off the fitting at the pump and a metal can filter. Newer versions used a glass filter with the return line originating there.20220328_204221.thumb.jpg.2d5e2cf54d302fce6e2e7a78a7c975f6.jpg

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Note. If had original one and you buy a new pump, you need also new size fittings (bigger).
 

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You can also rebuild your original R2 (or R1) fuel pump with a rebuild kit from https://www.deadnutson.com/carter-high-performance-x-fuel-pump-rebuild-kit/

They are same kits that Ford and AMC use and work great.  I've rebuilt several original Carter fuel pumps for Avanti, and the diaphragms and internal valves are good to use with modern fuel that contain ethanol. 

 

 

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On 4/2/2022 at 2:00 AM, lschuc said:

You can also rebuild your original R2 (or R1) fuel pump with a rebuild kit from https://www.deadnutson.com/carter-high-performance-x-fuel-pump-rebuild-kit/

They are same kits that Ford and AMC use and work great.  I've rebuilt several original Carter fuel pumps for Avanti, and the diaphragms and internal valves are good to use with modern fuel that contain ethanol. 

 

 

Yes, it's good to keep as many original parts on the car as possible.:)

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