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Old 07-10-2018, 05:18 PM
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750 isn't bad.. here is what i payed for the whole shibang

Bruce at action city had the best deal at the time...This is an updated pump and assembly well worth the $$ IMO...

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I just noticed you had the LTR this may not work for you... you can call Bruce though he can give you the actual part information...

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# Make Dept Part No Description Qty Price Extended
1 MC P 501000 HARNESS - MILLENIUM PUMP 1.00 69.99 69.99
2 MC P 155215 PUMP-FUEL RETURN 2000-03 1.00 699.99 699.99
3 MC P 155127 MODULE-BOLT W/WASHER 12.00 35.88 2.99
4 MC P 155102 GASKET-FUEL MODULE ALL MO 1.00 14.99 14.99
5 NS FRT SHIP SHIPPING & HANDLING 1.00 15.41 15.41 ***Non Taxable

I tried to replace mine it was more work than some of the newer models your mileage may very... check your fuel pressure first expensive insurance for sure...

Don't forget to get all new rubber sealed screws and gasket...
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Old 07-11-2018, 12:23 AM
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If you can get it in the no run condition check the purple wire going from the dash back to the boat/engine connector . If this has positive voltage on the purple then the issue is probably not related to the ignition start/stop device installed.

The purple wire is basically the engine run circuit. It should be hot in the crank and the run position.
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Old 07-11-2018, 07:38 AM
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Intermittent starting

Fuel pump pressure test results:

Ignition on- 41 psi
Hold time 15 min- dropped to 28

When engine started and ran- 36 psi
When engine started and immediately shut off- 31-33 psi

Specs indicate psi range to be 40-60

Do these numbers and symptoms indicate it’s time for a new fuel pump? Could it be dirty fuel filter?

I bought what I thought to be the replacement pump from Napa but since it was significantly smaller in size I opted not to install. Anyone know if these are the correct replacements or is it best for to put in the MC part?

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Carter P74118, (I bought what Napa said was the cross to this one —Delphi CFE0154)

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Old 07-12-2018, 12:44 PM
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The LTR fuel pressure is 3bar. So should always be around 3si +/- 2 or 3 psi.

Clean the IAC motor and make sure it is functioning properly. You should be able to cycle the key and make sure it is parking.

edit: somehow it is turning thirty-eight PSI into an emoji.
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Old 07-12-2018, 01:52 PM
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Fuel pump pressure test results:

Ignition on- 41 psi
Hold time 15 min- dropped to 28

When engine started and ran- 36 psi
When engine started and immediately shut off- 31-33 psi

Specs indicate psi range to be 40-60

Do these numbers and symptoms indicate it’s time for a new fuel pump? Could it be dirty fuel filter?

I bought what I thought to be the replacement pump from Napa but since it was significantly smaller in size I opted not to install. Anyone know if these are the correct replacements or is it best for to put in the MC part?

Airtex E2044
Carter P74118, (I bought what Napa said was the cross to this one —Delphi CFE0154)
those numbers don't indicate that the motor would stop running... that is for sure...
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Old 07-13-2018, 02:54 AM
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Fuel pressure should be 35-45 psi for the LTR. Page from 1999 owners manualLT1/LTR specs.
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Old 07-13-2018, 02:10 PM
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Update: Brought boat to Midwest Water Sports in the cities. Fuel pump is fine. Technician said they could not duplicate the intermittent starting after 25+ attempts. He asked, “ What would you like me to do?” I replied, “Put the keyed ignition switch back in. Seems the wisest move to me." He agreed. So I am relieved and discouraged.

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Old 07-13-2018, 09:42 PM
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I sure hope this resolves your issue and you can enjoy your trip. The offer to talk still stands if you would like.
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Old 07-14-2018, 12:35 AM
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Intermittent starting

Thanks Mtajpa
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Old 07-14-2018, 10:07 AM
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Never saw you respond to checking the connector.

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