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93 plymouth voyager fuel pump

I got new fuel pump, but connector plug is different. 2 auto parts stores say i got right pump and adaptor(including the one i bought this pump from), why? Are we missing something?

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    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    I take it the adapter fits onto your old plug & plugs into new pump? Or are you saying it won't adapt? Some pumps will have more than one application, thus the adapter is , or is not required in some cases.



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Robtheref200: it is not uncommon for there to be generic parts which have a multitude of applications. The way they may apply them to various vehicles is by using various adapters, whether it be electrical connectors, different size hoses, a variety of different clips or there may be special instructions which instruct you to move certain things to a different position on the brackets supplied.
The fact that you checked with two different parts stores was wise.
What you might do, is go on line and see if you can find this same application. Often there are internet stores who will sell the same product and you can look them up your self. Your only other option is to buy a new one from the dealer, which may be cost prohibitive. ALTHOUGH>>>>on occasion, I have checked and surprised my self to find out the dealer had the lowest price in town!
I hope my answer will have helped you in making a sound decision.

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