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Carter Universal Marine Electric Fuel Pump 6 psi (max pressure) with 1/4" NPT inlet/outlet

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Carter P4389
$86.99
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Universal Marine Electric Fuel Pump
  • 6 psi 1/4'' NPT Inlet/Outlet
  • 72gph Free Flow Rate
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    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Marine Power 6.0 pump replacement Boat (2005 North River) had vapor lock symptoms. After trying everything else, I decided to replace the low pressure pump. Direct replacement except the wire connectors which were easily swapped with the included ones. Vapor lock problem solved. This part was reasonably priced and arrived in about a week. I saved hundreds doing the job myself and the repair shop was booking two months out so I got it done and back on the water.
    Date published: 2019-09-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from perfect in every way. is as said would be. didnt expect anytuing less good price and timely dilervery. as always, jegs is top shelf11
    Date published: 2015-11-05
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Ordered two P4389 received 2 different pumps I ordered 2 P4389 marine Fuel pumps. I was sent two different pumps in two Different boxes one was clearly marked made in China the other was a Carter made in USA. They were both clearly different in the way they were manufactured. I called support to point this out and I was told to send it back and they would exchange it for an original at my expense this is unacceptable! Furthermore the one made in China isn’t on there web site, Buyers beware!
    Date published: 2020-04-03
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Carter P4389 Pump Electrical connection very poorly designed; would not retain / stay connected; supplied "clip" didn't fix issue; mounting hardware wrong class of fit threads, no self locking features;
    Date published: 2019-06-18
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    Will this pump feed a 440 sixpack and can it be regulated

    Asked by: cratos
    Yes, this should put out enough volume for a 440 six pack engine. You can always add a regulator.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-08-21

    Can I use this for E85 fuel ?

    Asked by: BillPurcell
    Yes, this will work with E85 fuel.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-07-30

    If I use this pump to feed a mechanical pump will it stop vapor lock?. I live in Arizona, where it gets to 105 in a jiffy.

    Asked by: Desert Guy
    This may help your vapor lock situation, you may try running the electric by itself.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-05-02

    Can this pump self prime and if so how much lift

    Asked by: Capt b
    Yes, this can self prime and can lift 3 or 4 feet.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2020-06-12

    How many amps does it draw. Does it have to be mounted below fuel level.

    Asked by: jerrald
    It will be more efficient below the level of the tank, but will work even if above it. These pumps normally draw between 3-5 amps.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-04-24

    You told me that the post are marked + and-, where?

    Asked by: ronrw2b2
    These marks on on the pump body next to the wire terminals
    Answered by: Jegs Tech
    Date published: 2017-11-07

    When I received the pump it came with two black wires. I can not find any markings on the pump that identify which electrical connection is positive. Does it mater or do I connect it up using my best guess?

    Asked by: ronrw2b2
    Yes it does matter. the posts are marked with a + and - symbols for proper connections.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2017-11-07
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