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Delphi Fuel Pump Part Number

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Got a bad fuel pump and want to replace it with a Delphi. 2006 4.0. What is the part number because I am finding several and can’t narrow it down to the right one
 

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I agree with FG0924. It's the one I have sitting in the garage waiting to be installed. Bought it from Rock Auto. It's the one that comes up on their site for an 06.
 

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Is the filter built into the assembly?

There are 2 filters part of the factory style pump assembly, that include a filter sock at the fuel suction and a internal filter inside the actual pump. No additional filters are required beyond that.
 
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There are 2 filters part of the factory style pump assembly, that include a filter sock at the fuel suction and a internal filter inside the actual pump. No additional filters are required beyond that.

Thank you but I guess I should be been more clear on my question.

Does the new Delphi fuel pumps have an external filter? I see in one of the descriptions that they say it has an internal strainer but don’t see anything like about an external filter.
 

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Thank you but I guess I should be been more clear on my question.

Does the new Delphi fuel pumps have an external filter? I see in one of the descriptions that they say it has an internal strainer but don’t see anything like about an external filter.

The base of the pump has a filter sock that shows in the pic below, other then the internal filter there are no other filters.

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I received my new fuel pump and it did not come with the sock filter and can’t find a part number for one. This is why I thought maybe this style doesn’t require an external sock filter.

I cannot find any evidence that it requires an external filter and just want to make sure I got everything I need when I tackle the project.
 
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No external filter on mine either. Doesn't look anything like the picture provided above

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This is exactly what I got in my box and when I search for a sock filter for the part number, nothing comes up which makes me wonder if it is required. I’ve only replaced two fuel pumps in my life, neither of which on the Jeep, and both had external filters.
 

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This is exactly what I got in my box and when I search for a sock filter for the part number, nothing comes up which makes me wonder if it is required. I’ve only replaced two fuel pumps in my life, neither of which on the Jeep, and both had external filters.

Looking like the sock was not part of the later modules, now I'm aware of that.
 

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Please let me know how it goes as I'm going to do the same job as soon as my tank gets near empty. Watched a couple of videos so understand the basics of what's going to happen but looking around under there it looks like my 06LJ has some different types of fuel line connectors...blue and green ones. Not like the ones the guys in the 04 , 05, etc videos are dealing with. Good luck. Hope it goes well

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I’ll let you know.

I wanted to do it today but the rain just started (typical central Florida summer shower) so it looks like it’ll be a tomorrow morning project.
 
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Please let me know how it goes as I'm going to do the same job as soon as my tank gets near empty. Watched a couple of videos so understand the basics of what's going to happen but looking around under there it looks like my 06LJ has some different types of fuel line connectors...blue and green ones. Not like the ones the guys in the 04 , 05, etc videos are dealing with. Good luck. Hope it goes well

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Just got done with the project and it went ok. Had to cut off the two back bolts that are closest to the rear track bar and one of the four bolts that run down the back side. I ended up replacing all the the carriage bolts and nuts with new stainless hardware and put anti-seize on all threads. The only one I couldn’t replace was the front one that is closest to the tailpipe. No way of getting a new carriage bolt into the crossmember. The fuel connections you pictured are the same as mine and I found if you push the connection together, depress both tabs on the side and than pull it apart, it comes off rather easy. One was a little tougher to get off than the other but I forget what one it was. If I have to do it again, I will disconnect the filler tube from the tank and take it out that way. I watched a guy do it on an ‘04 and his threaded ring holding the pump in the tank was plastic. This one is metal and you only have to only spin it less than an 1/8 of a turn to release the ring and the pump pops right out. I also siphoned out all the gas while it was out just to make it a little easier and lighter when it was time to reinstall. It wasn’t a bad project but definitely something I don’t want to do again. While I had the tank out, I wish I would have remembered to perform the fuel overflow repair. Good luck to you whenever you take of the task.
 

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Thor...thanks for the recap. Snapping off bolts is a PIA. Glad you were able to get it done. I was thinking the same thing about disconnecting the tank fill line from the tank rather than taking it all apart up at the cap end. Not sure why everyone seems to do it that way unless it's really bonded to tank even after removing the clamp. I'll probably give it a try. Other interesting challenge looks to be disconnecting evap stuff on the passenger side.
 
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Thor...thanks for the recap. Snapping off bolts is a PIA. Glad you were able to get it done. I was thinking the same thing about disconnecting the tank fill line from the tank rather than taking it all apart up at the cap end. Not sure why everyone seems to do it that way unless it's really bonded to tank even after removing the clamp. I'll probably give it a try. Other interesting challenge looks to be disconnecting evap stuff on the passenger side.

The evap on the passenger side has a t-connector. The middle connection is actually one of the lines that runs to the driver side and will be disconnected by one of the connections you pictured above so you won’t have to disconnect it at the plastic t. The other connection on the passenger side(closest to the front of the Jeep) is like the two on the driver side. Push connection together, push tabs in and pull apart. I did this when the tank was unbolted and lowered down on my jack to give me more room for my hands. Just be careful you don’t put the weight from the tank on that connect. Taking out the plastic surround in the wheel wells on both side of the Jeep will help out with access.
 
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