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Old 04-19-2012, 12:47 PM   #1
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Jetco pump.

Have a 96 Itac,(Ford) with jetco rear susp. The pump stopped,so after some tracing found the fuse.It was blown,I replaced it and still the pump,won't start. Jet co has stopped making this unit, So this is what i need to know. What replacement size pump do I need to replace the jetco model f53-96-lag ser# 11146. I haven't taken the pump off yet, till I can get some young guy to help.

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Old 04-20-2012, 10:20 AM   #2
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Does the faceplate or writing on the pump say anything about the specs of the existing pump. Things like max pressure, usually in "PSI", and flow, usually in "GPM". Once you have this, then look at an equivalent at your local RV supply location.

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No name on pump, just 17.5 amps and a model #. just have to take it along and try to match it up. Thank you for the feedback.
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Old 04-21-2012, 11:00 AM   #4
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From some of the stuff you said I kind of wonder what this pump does.

If it is the water pump, as it appears the other respondender thinks, you can use any water pump, A Sur-Flo will work just fine in place of the existing pump.

If this is a hydrauiic pump or an air compressor, used for suspension or jacks, again there are options, but you will need professional assistance to figure out what they are. I can not do it remotley. (Though it is possible someone else here has the knowledge)

A pro of the proper type can look at the pump and will know what pumps are out there and have a very good idea which page of the catalog has the replacement on it.
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Old 04-21-2012, 02:35 PM   #5
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Got a pump,firestone makes a air pump,that will do the job. It is for the air bag suspension. Old pump is not made anymore, but les schwab shop knew what it was. So i lucked out. Thank you for the help.
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