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B2000 to b2200 engine swap.

My 90 B2000s engine finally died last week. Ive got a replacement engine from a 94 Ford Courier which is basically identical. Ive just got the engine in and it bolted up without much of a fuss, but when i was hooking up the fuel lines i noticed that my old engine had a mechanical pump on the back of the head and the one i just dropped in hasn't. What i'm wanting to know is what/where does the fuel pump relay get its signal from (from what i've read is oil pressure? or a rev sensitive switch) and how would i go about wiring a properly functioning fuel pump that switches on and off as needed, and what the relay gets its signal from??
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  • Vince Jan 11, 2009

    Hey, its carberated. Thanks for taking intrest as im stumped.

  • Vince Jan 11, 2009

    Won't it flood if its constantley pumping fuel? Wont it have to have a relay wired in so it only pumps as needed? Thanks.

  • Vince Jan 12, 2009

    OK i'll give it a shot, thanks alot for your input, i appreiciate it.



  • Vince Jan 12, 2009

    Yes i will do, its the least i could do, thanks again!

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Just put a simple inline fuel pump from a parts store and run a power wire thats hot in run position, and your vehicle will be fine it wont flood because your carb a has a needle valve that shuts fuel off when it fills the bowl

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Is it throttle body or is it carburated?

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  • Ronnie Houston Jan 11, 2009

    run an electric fuel pump on it...they are about 40 and you can wire it in to where it comes on only when the key is in the on position. ive had to do that to three different vehicles now and it always worked for me. any auto parts store sells them they are just called electric fuel pumps.not in the tank they go under the body in the line

  • Ronnie Houston Jan 11, 2009

    mine didnt they ran fine..when my fuel pumps die and if it carb i put on the electric pumps and they arent calibrated but they dont cause flooding either. it will work for you.give it a shot youll see what im saying.

  • Ronnie Houston Jan 12, 2009

    remember to rate me when it works for you and thanks

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