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Ok I've had a few issues with this but I need help fellas. I have a 1995 ford bronco. Now beyond all the issues I have I need to get a new fuel pump assembly and it seems the only CORRECT one I can find is the motor craft one for well price varies from 250 to 500 bucks. I have a lot more other things to buy right now and can't afford to spend that on a fuel pump. Plus the previous owner replaced the fuel pump and I do believe the fuel pump and sending unit on the bronco are incorrect. I only say this cause of the botched wiring job to bypass one of the clips wiring. So please I've exhausted every idea and already spent 156 bucks on a false advertisement that the partsgeek will not honor (it was listed as a full assembly but was just the electronic pump and screen). I contacted the company (partsgeek) about the situation and they would not respond. So any help would be great I would rather just get a new fuel pump assembly and not spend an arm and a leg to get it.
 

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Jeff’s Bronco graveyard sells what it sounds like you are looking for. I was just perusing last night for some ideas on my upcoming swap.

Yeah I've seen that fuel pump but I can't really fork out that money I keep seeing fuel pumps cheap but for 19 gallon tanks its damn annoying
 

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Fuel pumps are rated by flow rate at a specified pressure. As long as the pump will fit in your tank and deliver the needed flow rate at rail pressure it should work. I have a carbureted truck so I haven’t physically seen how an in-tank pump setup works. But I also haven’t seen any name brand bare pumps less than $100.

Good luck on the search and hope someone more knowledgeable chimes in.
 

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I think the issue with a 19 gallon (which is probably for a truck, not a Bronco) is it might not be deep enough. So, it might only reach 2/3 of the way down and you'll never get fuel off the bottom of the tank, etc.
 

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I had to add a higher volume pump. I bought a walbro and attached it to the original unit.
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I also was hunting for a while till I realized I had to pay top dollar for the one from bronco graveyard.
 

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but was just the electronic pump and screen
I did just the pump & screen. It was a lot cheaper than the whole assembly & pretty easy to do.

I did Steve83's routine for cleaning up the sender instead of replacing it. That has worked well for years & saved me some dough.

I also did the fuel pump access panel instead of dropping the tank. That way I can get back to it easily on the trail if needed. This thread has become sort of a gathering place for adding an access panel: fuel pump access panel Read the whole thread, & I wouldn't recommend using a grinder like some show in there. There are also several other options shown in that thread.
 

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