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Bronco fuel pump 89 to 88

Can a 4 prong fuel pump from an 89 Bronco be converted to work on a 3 prong fuel pump on an 88 Bronco???? I need to replace my gas tank and got one of an 89, come to find out they are a different size.

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I dont think they will. you would be better off finding the right one versus trying to make something work and then you might have even more problems to deal with

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