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Old 05-25-2015, 06:50 PM
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Need help with fuel pump issue! 06 X15

Hey guys I have an 06 X15 and I just hit the 90 hour mark on my boat.. Yet yesterday in havasu my boat turned off on me and wouldn't start after that. I hit the fuel pump module a few times with my fist and it then started right up.

Last night around midnight it turned off and this time it wouldn't start at all... I'm positive it's the fuel pump.
Which fuel pump would you recommend?

06 X15 MCX 350

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Old 05-25-2015, 07:19 PM
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Carter P74118. Buy from Napa. 500 hours on mine and still pumping. Should be around $68. Make sure to replace the gasket and all the screws holding pump in. Worth the extra $$$.


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Old 05-25-2015, 07:20 PM
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Carter P74118. Buy from Napa. 500 hours on mine and still pumping. Should be around $68. Make sure to replace the gasket and all the screws holding pump in. Worth the extra $$$.


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Make sure to torque screws to MC spec. Easy job.


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Carter P74118. Buy from Napa. 500 hours on mine and still pumping. Should be around $68. Make sure to replace the gasket and all the screws holding pump in. Worth the extra $$$.


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Love it! Lol thank you! I'll buy it tomorrow morning.
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My dad is telling me to buy an aftermarket fuel pump.. Is there a difference?
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You gotta go to MC for the gasket and screws. Will cost about $45. IMO, worth the money....


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Old 05-25-2015, 07:26 PM
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That is an aftermarket part. Go to MC and the pump is $550!


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That is an aftermarket part. Go to MC and the pump is $550!


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Woah... Lol not happening for a fuel pump.. But I will call them and buy the gaskets. No need to replace the whole module though right? I kinda banged it up a lil yesterday trying to get it to work. Just a small dent.
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Old 05-25-2015, 07:34 PM
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No, just the small pump in the center. You also need to buy GM high pressure hose removal kit to remove HP line. Kit is like 5 bucks.


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