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Does anyone know where I can pick up a fuel pump or does anyone have one I can pick up? I'm in the Twin Cities.

Just got off the phone with the shop and they said the it would be 1300 dollars. 800 of which were the fuel pump because they had to call the dealer.

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Doesn't using the walbro require modification?

eeuro has a 300 dollar nock off, and a 550$ real one.
 

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And if your very mechanically inclined you can just buy the pump part (http://www.eeuroparts.com/Main/PartDetail.aspx?id=4161493) and put it in the assembly yourself ;) that is the cheapest route but most labor intensive. Be warned though that there are 2 different types of pumps inside, the only diff I think is the outlet size one is a 6mm outlet with 3 barbs and the other is 8mm with 1 barb.
 

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Well it also looks like NAPA carries a fuel pump of OEM equivalent.

Not that NAPA parts are known for quality, but they are much cheaper and can probably get one to you by tomorrow.
 

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Where can you find just the pump, and not the assembly?
 

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Where can you find just the pump, and not the assembly?
And if your very mechanically inclined you can just buy the pump part (http://www.eeuroparts.com/Main/PartDetail.aspx?id=4161493) and put it in the assembly yourself ;) that is the cheapest route but most labor intensive. Be warned though that there are 2 different types of pumps inside, the only diff I think is the outlet size one is a 6mm outlet with 3 barbs and the other is 8mm with 1 barb.
Right there ;) So you have to tear your pump apart BEFORE you order the replacement to make sure you get the right one. Oh and its also a good idea to order the return valve replacements, I broke one cause the plastic is so brittle on the old cars, if you dont do that and break one Saab will want to replace the whole fuel line cause its preformed nylon. Pressure valve kit - http://www.eeuroparts.com/Main/PartDetail.aspx?id=4161766A Return Valve Kit http://www.eeuroparts.com/Main/PartDetail.aspx?id=4161766RV
 

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Right there ;) So you have to tear your pump apart BEFORE you order the replacement to make sure you get the right one. Oh and its also a good idea to order the return valve replacements, I broke one cause the plastic is so brittle on the old cars, if you dont do that and break one Saab will want to replace the whole fuel line cause its preformed nylon. Pressure valve kit - http://www.eeuroparts.com/Main/PartDetail.aspx?id=4161766A Return Valve Kit http://www.eeuroparts.com/Main/PartDetail.aspx?id=4161766RV
BUY THE RETURN VALVES. They are a POS and break in your hands, ask me how I know.
 
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