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    What fuel pump for Webers?


    Yesterday I had the first spring ride with my ‘69 911T.
    All went well until I was back in my street when a fuel problem occurred.
    Rough running and stopping finally.
    Checked the fuel pump who was not making any sound.
    Setup: Facet gold-flo with filter before and filter house with regulator before Weber 40IDA’s
    Pump was 2 years old and less than 7000 kilometers.
    When applying current, you hear a click/chunk noise once as if it is stuck.

    Question what fuel pump is suggested, as I was lucky this time(in my street) but do not get stranded again.
    Any suggestions and experiences on what fuel pump for Webers?


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    On my 67 I've had the Facet (tall cylindrical one) for years, and on my 71 T I use the original Bosch 009. I've had that car for 25 years, and its the pump that was on it when I got it.
    Early S Registry member #90
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    Fort Worth Tx.

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    [QUOTE=edmayo;1176541]On my 67 I've had the Facet (tall cylindrical one) for years,

    I've run the same on my 66 no issues for 10 years or so (low miles), but have had a new one go bad pretty quickly on another early 911. Fix was to give the pump a slight "tap" to get it working, but it kept failing so scrapped it.
    John Schiavone


    356 Cab, 66 911, 914-6, 550-Beck, 981 Cayman, 54 MV Agusta Dustbid

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