E9DZ-9H307-CX fuel pump

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kwforddude

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Can anyone tell me if this fuel pump will work on a gen 1 sho? I believe 89 and 90 91 are different. I looked at the the parts spreadsheet on this forum and the above number is close but not exact. Can anyone shed some information on this?
 

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What year car do you have?

OEM 89 #
E9DZ-9H307-B

OEM 90-95 #
F3DZ-9H307-D

I don't recall the difference unless electrical connector is different. If not then get a cross ref part that flows enough

Walbro replacement kits list 89-95 28GPH

Any similar style and flow should work.
 

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I would recommend the Walbro aftermarket unit or similar. Get a kit that includes a strainer. You can look at rockauto. I think they only list maybe 2 brands. It is a dwindling market for parts available.
 

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The SHO uses a slightly stronger pump over the non-SHO. I'm not at work right now or I would give you more info.

Get a 155lph Walbro. Buy directly from Walbro. They have a direct purchase site. Do not buy one from ebay or Amazon. Plenty of imitations out there. The 155lph can be used safely without over powering the pressure regulator.

I will only buy Walbro pumps and I only buy directly from Walbro.

-Chad
 

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Can anyone tell me if this fuel pump will work on a gen 1 sho? I believe 89 and 90 91 are different. I looked at the the parts spreadsheet on this forum and the above number is close but not exact. Can anyone shed some information on this?
'91-SHO-Delphi #HP10215
 

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