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pflcjl
08-25-2009, 10:22 PM
I have a 2006 197 with MCX and my fuel pump fried....I would like to replace the pump only and not the entire module....my question is...does anyone have the carter replacement number so that I can either buy a carter pump or cross reference to a Delco or Delphi pump?

I know there have been lots of posts on this subject, - I plan to use the instructions in the Fuel Pump 101 thread to replace, but I can't seem to find info on replacement part numbers.

Thank You.....

TMCNo1
08-25-2009, 10:34 PM
Look here, http://www.google.com/cse?cx=005775850323706454504%3A8-nmuizykqo&ie=UTF-8&q=Carter+Fuel+Pump+Replacement+Part+Number&sa=Search

pflcjl
08-25-2009, 10:50 PM
Thanks but the link isn't working....Is it a google search?

TMCNo1
08-25-2009, 11:02 PM
"Carter Fuel Pump Replacement Part Number" here,

TMC Search by Goo (http://www.google.com/coop/cse?cx=005775850323706454504:8-nmuizykqo)gle (http://www.google.com/coop/cse?cx=005775850323706454504:8-nmuizykqo)

wheeler
08-25-2009, 11:03 PM
see this thread: http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/showthread.php?t=25783

wheeler
08-25-2009, 11:04 PM
AC Delco EP356 cross references with a Carter P74122
It also cross references with an Airtech E2044 or an E2065 (not sure what the difference is between the (2) Airtech's).

pflcjl
08-26-2009, 08:05 AM
Unfortunately I replaced with a Delco EP356 and it doesn't work well....I have to crank the engine for a long time before it starts....Once it starts it is ok but as soon as the boat sits for an extended time it takes a long time to start....I checked the pressure and it is only around 40psi and I am told it needs to be around 60psi? Any suggestions? Thank you for your help

bigmac
08-26-2009, 08:14 AM
Sounds like you might have a leak in the in-tank tubing from the pump to the regulator and the rail isn't building or holding pressure. How fast does the rail pressure drop when you turn the key off?

Also, kinking of that tubing has been a problem in the older non-corrugated line. That could lower pressure and volume of pump output. Might you have a kink there?

What kind of fuel line did you use? What size? How did you secure that tubing over the fuel pump barb (5/16 inch) and the regulator barb (1/4 inch)?

Lastly, maybe you have a bad pump...


Kinking potential as observed by Boofer...

http://carpron.com/multisite/d/246538-2/Picture+226.jpg
http://carpron.com/multisite/d/246541-2/Picture+227.jpg


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wheeler
08-26-2009, 10:16 AM
Big Mac hit it right on the head. You have a leak in the hose, the hose is kinked, or the fittings on each end are not tight.

Here comes the dreaded hose issue thingy all over again....:(

pflcjl
08-26-2009, 08:31 PM
Ok thanks for the info....I will check the hose for kinking...Is there a better hose I can purchase in place of the rubber one?

bigmac
08-26-2009, 08:45 PM
Ok thanks for the info....I will check the hose for kinking...Is there a better hose I can purchase in place of the rubber one?


Sadly...no. You have to reuse the one that's in there. You can't purchase any replacement hose. Nobody makes that stuff for aftermarket sale.

But check with your MC dealer. Maybe he has some replaced modules sitting around that he'll give you and you can salvage the hose from them.

marvinhogan
06-20-2010, 11:06 PM
Replacing the tank fuel pump after running out of gas is easy. You just need a fuel line disconnect tool which Napa sells. The replacement fuel pump Napa number is P74118 (60 PSI).

Email me if you need more information on how to do it. The replacement takes about 1 hour.
marvinhogan@yahoo.com