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BOSCH 69301 Specifications
Electric Or MechanicalElectric
Gasket or Seal IncludedYes
In-Line PumpN
Inlet Count1
Internal or ExternalInternal
Mounting Hardware IncludedNo
Negative GroundNo
New Or RemanufacturedNew
Outlet Quantity1
Package Contents1 Electric Fuel Pump
Pump Only Or ModulePump only
Strainer Used With PumpYes
Electric Fuel Pump
Bosch's team of Engineers brings the benefits of premium fuel pumps to the Automotive Aftermarket. Bosch fuel pumps are produced in the same production lines and are built then tested to the same exacting quality standards as Bosch OE fuel pumps to ensure a long, reliable service life. Get the job done right the first time, every time, with Bosch Premium fuel pumps.

Features & Benefits:
  • Bosch "Better than OE design", improves upon ease of installation, drivability of your vehicle, and extends the life of the vehicle
  • Patented Turbine Pump technology virtually eliminates fuel pulsation, noise, and reduces hot-start problems
  • Electromagnetic shielding prevents on-board electronic interference from fuel pump
  • Designed to operate under extreme temperatures and under low fuel conditions while maintaining an extended service life
  • All Bosch fuel pumps are end-of-line function tested in order to ensure the highest quality and performance of all pumps in their program
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:

ELECTRICAL ISSUES
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

BEFORE REPLACEMENT

FUEL CONTAMINATION
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

DURING REPLACEMENT

PUMP DAMAGE / OVERHEATING
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

AFTER REPLACEMENT



Removing and Installing a Bosch Fuel Pump


Warranty Information:
Limited Lifetime
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