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Old 09-09-2016, 12:25 PM   #1
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'92' Ford 53 fuel pump repair.

I have a '92' Holiday Rambler on a Ford F53 chassis. The fuel pump had been replaced before I purchased it but after 15000 miles died. So I had to spend $499 for a new pump from Ford and 400 to have it installed. I took the old pump module and disassembled it and found a part number on the pump itself. So I did an internet search and got a hit at AliExpress. here is the web address for the pump. https://www.aliexpress.com/snapshot/...77794897247959
Since it was not expensive I wanted to see if it actually was the correct one so I purchased it. I got it today and it is the exact same pump. $8.00. Unbelievable. I have reassembled the old module with this pump so if it dies again I guess I have a replacement. For this kind of money it would be worthwhile to keep one around. I cannot tell you if it will work but it is the same part number and the electrical plug is the same and the in/out ports are the same and it fits the module.

1992 HR Imperial 5000; 33 foot F53,460 gas.
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Old 09-11-2016, 05:15 AM   #2
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I don't see why it wouldn't work.
There is an opening at the bottom of the pump where a strainer should be attached. Be sure this strainer is in place. It keeps dirt particles out of the pump which will greatly extend the fife of the pump. Don't try to clean the old strainer and use it over again.

2002 Fleetwood Storm 30H on Workhorse P32 chassis 8.1 gas.
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Old 09-11-2016, 08:34 AM   #3
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There are actually 2 strainers one attached directly to the pump which is inside the plastic housing and one on the outside. Although a new strainer did come with it it is a little to large to fit inside and there is none for the outside. So unless one can be found for either I would be forced to use the old ones. Both appear in good condition and it probably would not be a problem. This would be a lot better than the $500 ford wants to rip you off for. I just find it quite disheartening how corporations of the world work to separate people from their money just to have more of it.
1992 HR Imperial 5000; 33 foot F53,460 gas.
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