- About This Product
DescriptionAs you know, the MOPAR and Cummins parts networks have deleted the replacement fuel transfer pump for the '03-'04.5 engines from their inventories.
The official factory replacement requires you to install the transfer pump inside the truck fuel tank. Pump price is $300. Add in the labor to remove the fuel tank and install the module; $400. Issue 56, April '07 of the Turbo Diesel Register has the details. At that time, the only plug-and-play option was a part number FP943 that was offered by Delphi at a retail price of about $450.
Since that time we have found that the FP943 transfer pump is made by one source. The same source that made the pump for MOPAR and Cummins; Carter Division of Federal-Mogul. We can only imagine their surprise when MOPAR and Cummins stopped their collective purchasing from Carter. Lots of extra inventory?
Perhaps so. That part is now in the aftermarket showing up in a brown Delphi box and in a white Fel-Pro box. We've closely inspected the pump and its contents. They are the same kit.
More good news ... the price has substantially dropped. How about less than $100? So, '03-'04.5 owners, it is time to purchase a spare. Be ready for the inevitable!
NOTE: Fuel pump has one year warranty from date of purchase. Installation of pump requires the included filter/strainer to validate warranty.
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Feb 3, 2017 | By Hunter Cathcart
Half the price of what some of the other brands are.
Jan 5, 2017 | By Ryan
This is a pump that seems to be working fine after 6 months. The Price point is excellent for what it is as up here in Calgary Alberta Canada dealerships and Cummins are asking Much much more. I hope this review doesn't change the price. Only downside to ordering this pump is that it does not come with a replacement o ring for install. If looking for one dodge dealerships can get it but you may have to show them how to find it through expanding the conversion of the in tank lift pump to get the oring for that. 5 dollars here. 4 stars only because it does not include the oring.
2004 Dodge 2500
Dec 30, 2016 | By Shawn Friesen
It fit perfectly we'll see if it lasts!!
Oct 28, 2016 | By Melinda Otey
Fast delivery and they were the cheapest around
Jun 7, 2016 | By Jim
Installed on 2004.r 5.9L approx. 2 months ago and what as exact replacement. Comes with all the parts and lubricant for the "O" ring. Looks exactly as the OEM pump I removed. Buy 2 and keep a spare.
Carry a spare
May 18, 2016 | By Blake Malkamaki
My original delivery pump failed at about 120,000 miles. Truck was dead in the water. Nothing! Since I had purchased one of these pumps for a spare about a month before, I was able to change it and have the truck running in less than an hour. Get one and carry it before you need it. I'm ordering another one to have on hand.
Good replacement option
Feb 13, 2016 | By Lorenzo
Installed in 90 minutes. Started right up. Good option for stock horsepower truck.
Jan 31, 2016 | By Tim R
Direct replacement for the factory lift pump! Easy install great directions. About 1 hour of your time start to clean-up! Thank you Genos! I'm back on the road again!!