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Old 08-18-2014, 11:29 PM   #11
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thanks for the help guys...great info here
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The high pressure pump is also the anti drain back. Grab a 95+ pump just to be sure, they're all the same...

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Old 08-19-2014, 12:19 PM   #13
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The high pressure pump is also the anti drain back. Grab a 95+ pump just to be sure, they're all the same...

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cool....95 explorer? when i pull it out ill take it to the parts store and compare my pump with those to try and find once in those years that fit my sender
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92 pump ...not sure why i kept saying 89. Im going to cut a hole in the floorboard bc i really dont feel like pulling the tank down
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I ended up using a fuel pump from a 97 explorer 5.0..... i had to modify the sener in order to fit it and cut off part of the 3/8 pickup to have room for the pump but it worked pretty good. Ran steel braided lines from front to rear and deleted the canister on the frame as well as the high pressure fuel pump on the frame
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New member here. I realize this is an OLD thread I am reviving but, maybe future searchers will benefit from my question and your answers on the topic.

So, I just bought an '85 Ranger. 2.3 engine. Been sitting for a long time and I want to go through the fuel system. I want to remove the fuel canister/filter and frame mounted pump so, I think I will buy an in-tank pump for a '92 as suggested in this thread.

My question is......is the '92 pump/sender compatible with my '85 fuel gauge? I'm hoping to just buy the whole drop in replacement and be done with it. Should I buy fuel lines for a '92 as well? This thing has sat since '99 and the old gas is stale or worse so, I may want/need to replace a lot of the fuel system.

Hoping to make this thing a good daily driver in the months when there isn't salt on the roads.

Thanks folks.
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