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Fuel pump wiring for a 1986 rv

I replaced the fuel pump and the  tank in my 1986 Honey rv. The one problem . The wiring harness is different. 4 prong and bigger than the old one. 3 prong. Im guessing it will still work. Any ideas? I think I would need a 4 prong clip with a jumper kit..

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Take that new pump out and install the correct one. Why would you install something that is not an exact match to what you removed??

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Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_replace_the_fuel_pump_located_on_a_Buick_Regal#ixzz1CuIXXEwO

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