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CARTER P90013 Specifications
Outlet Quantity1
Terminal Quantity2
Fuel Pump TypeElectrical
Outlet TypeHose Barb
In Tank or ExternalIn Tank
Terminal GenderMale
Fuel Sending Unit IncludedNo
Mounting Bracket IncludedNo
Mounting Hardware IncludedNo
Regulator IncludedNo
Seal And Lock Ring IncludedNo
Strainer IncludedNo
Wiring Harness IncludedNo
Connector ShapeRectangle
Terminal TypeSpade
Fuel Pump Inlet TypeStrainer
Inlet TypeStrainer
Gasket or Seal IncludedYes
Negative GroundYes
Voltage12 2H
Minimum Free Flow Rate33.0 GP
Outlet Fitting Thread Size1/4 in
Inlet Outside Diameter11.0 MM
Length114.0 MM
Outlet Outside Diameter9.0 MM
Minimum Pressure60.0 psi

The Carter In-Tank Fuel Pump program features unique innovation and solutions by offering premium OE fit, form, and function as well as exceptional vehicle coverage and exclusive problem-solving features.

Features & Benefits:
  • Consistently deliver fuel at the precise pressure and flow rate the vehicle demand
  • Made with all new materials under rigorous quality controlled manufacturing and testing procedures
  • Deliver optimum performance while providing long life
  • OE matched electrical connections and fuel outlet position on pump for ease installation
  • Installation hardware included for a simple, hassle free repair

Prevent Premature Fuel Pump Failure

Preventing premature fuel pump failure is far less expensive and time consuming than continuing to replace the pump. There are three common causes for premature fuel pump failure:

Poor electrical connections will mimic symptoms of a failed pump, sometimes resulting in unnecessary replacement. Before replacing the pump:
  • Use a Fuel System Tester to test pump pressure is within expected range
  • Use an Electrical Tester to test for bad wiring, burnt or corroded connectors
  • Check / Replace faulty Fuse(s) and Relay


Dirt, rust or debris in the fuel can clog strainers and stick to internal pump components. When replacing the pump:
  • Replace Fuel Filter or Fuel Strainer
  • Empty and clean the tank with Fuel Tank Cleaner
  • Fill tank with fresh, uncontaminated fuel of appropriate grade


Running low on gas causes your fuel to heat up quicker, and your pump to work harder. After replacing the pump:
  • Maintain at least 1/4 tank of fuel and use a Fuel Additive / Conditioner to keep pump cool and lubricated
  • If vehicle is stored without use, drain tank to prevent pump corrosion from fuel oxidation


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Attention California Customers - No Proposition 65 warning is required with this product.

OEM / Interchange Numbers: 2F1Z9H307FB, 3C3Z9H307CB, 3C3Z9H307HB, 6F1Z9H307A, P76103, P88018, SP1134

CARTER Warranty Information:
12 months: Carter Mechanical Fuel Pumps, Carter Fuel System Accessories. Limited Lifetime: Carter Electric Fuel Pumps and Assemblies.
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