13 Best Automotive Replacement Fuel Injection Pumps

List Updated January 2021

Bestselling Automotive Replacement Fuel Injection Pumps in 2021


Biltek 0-140 PSI Fuel Injection Pump Injector Tester Test Pressure Gauge Gasoline Cars

Biltek 0-140 PSI Fuel Injection Pump Injector Tester Test Pressure Gauge Gasoline Cars
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021
  • Fuel Injection Pump Pressure / Oil Combustion Spraying Pressure Gauge Tester
  • Indicates if fuel pump is defective or inconsistent in pressure flow
  • Includes a variety of hoses, fittings, and clamps to work on most vehicles
  • Brand: Biltek | Easy to Read Dual Scale Gauge
  • Gauge Calibration: 0-140 PSI (0-10 Bar)

GoodQbuy® Universal External Inline High Performance 300 LPH Inline Fuel Injection Pump for Racing Cars Replacing BOSCH 0580254044 0580 254 044

GoodQbuy® Universal External Inline High Performance 300 LPH Inline Fuel Injection Pump for Racing Cars Replacing BOSCH 0580254044 0580 254 044
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021

Automotive Fuel Injector Tester, 12V 4 Pulse Modes, Handheld Car Vehicle Fuel Pressure System Diagnostic Scan Testing Tool Gauge, Individual Test Stuck/Leaking/Burnt-out Problem

Automotive Fuel Injector Tester, 12V 4 Pulse Modes, Handheld Car Vehicle Fuel Pressure System Diagnostic Scan Testing Tool Gauge, Individual Test Stuck/Leaking/Burnt-out Problem
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • This injector tester with 41.5cm/ 16.3 inches test lead can work with any fuel pressure tester. Please NOTE: Gasoline car only, NOT the diesel engine
  • 4 MODES- Large LED display with 4 pulse modes- Short/ Medium/ Long/ Continuous modes help to identify good or bad injector.
  • DIAGNOSE INJECTOR PROBLEMS- you can use it to test each injector individually to help identifing stuck, leaking or burnt-out conditions. It works with engine off and pulse timer may be used with fuel pressure gauge.
  • MODE LOCK FEATURE The mode lock feature ensures test condition uniformity.
  • RELIABLE- With CE Marking, it complies with all essential health and safety requirements set out in European Directives

MOSTPUS Inline High Pressure Fuel Pump Universal Replacement For BMW FIAT EAGLE MEDALLION LANCIA ALFA ROMEO VOLKSWAGEN JAGUAR 0580464070

MOSTPUS Inline High Pressure Fuel Pump Universal Replacement For BMW FIAT EAGLE MEDALLION LANCIA ALFA ROMEO VOLKSWAGEN JAGUAR 0580464070
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021

CarBole High Performance Universal Electric Fuel Pump Self- primming Transfer Pumps 5/16 inch, 5-9 Psi, 20-30 GPH Number E8012S, FD0002, P60430, EP12S, 6414671-2 Wire Design

CarBole High Performance Universal Electric Fuel Pump Self- primming Transfer Pumps 5/16 inch, 5-9 Psi, 20-30 GPH Number E8012S, FD0002, P60430, EP12S, 6414671-2 Wire Design
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • This pump may be used as a booster, standby unit, or as a completely independent fuel pump installation. Operates at 5-9 PSI and delivers 30 GPH at free flow.
  • Runs More Efficiently -- manufactured to fuel pump on carburated motors of cars, vans, light trucks, motorhomes, ect, even better standards. Part Number: E8012S, FD0002, P60430, 6414671.
  • Full Metal Construction but Lightweight -- for lifelong corrosion resistance. Full Copper Winding -- no over-current starting problem, unlike other inferior products that are made of copper-clad aluminum material.
  • Quick Engine Starts and continuous fuel supply. Compatible with fuel injection, gas, diesel.
  • Easy Installation Kit includes all hardware (2 pieces of 8mm barb hose straight fittings and inlet filter unit) and a brand new inline fuel filter

SUNDELY® Universal External Inline High Performance 300 LPH Fuel Injection Pump for Racing Cars Replacing BOSCH 0580254044

SUNDELY® Universal External Inline High Performance 300 LPH Fuel Injection Pump for Racing Cars Replacing BOSCH 0580254044
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021

DIESEL CARE CAV DPA 12V DIESEL FUEL INJECTION PUMP FUEL SHUT OFF SOLENOID SWITCH

DIESEL CARE CAV DPA 12V DIESEL FUEL INJECTION PUMP FUEL SHUT OFF SOLENOID SWITCH
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021

Aeromotive 11101 Red Fuel Pump (A1000 - EFI or Carbureted Applications)

Aeromotive 11101 Red Fuel Pump (A1000 - EFI or Carbureted Applications)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • The original Aeromotive fuel pump. Engineered to be durable and reliable while supporting high horsepower
  • Supports naturally aspirated engines up to 1300 HP with EFI, and up to 1500 HP carbureted; Supports forced induction engines up to 1000 HP with EFI and up to 1200 HP carbureted
  • Fully submersible for custom, in-tank placement.
  • ORB-10 inlet and outlet ports.
  • Pressure regulator not included (sold separately); Pump is not compatible with Diesel Fuel

CarBole Fuel Injection Pump Pressure Tester Gauge Test kit 0-140 psi

CarBole Fuel Injection Pump Pressure Tester Gauge Test kit 0-140 psi
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Pressure gauge: Dual scale range 0-140psi (0-10 bar)
  • Indicates if fuel pump is defective or inconsistent in pressure flow
  • Includes a variety of hoses, fittings, and clamps to work on most vehicles
  • Easy to Read Dual Scale Gauge

Replacement High Performance Engine Golf Cart Club Car Fuel Pump Fit For Yamaha RHINO 660 2004 2005 2006 2007

Replacement High Performance Engine Golf Cart Club Car Fuel Pump Fit For Yamaha RHINO 660 2004 2005 2006 2007
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021

MILLION PARTS Fuel Injection Pump Pressure Tester Manometer Car Auto Gauge Kit

MILLION PARTS Fuel Injection Pump Pressure Tester Manometer Car Auto Gauge Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2021
  • Fuel Injection Pump Pressure / Oil Combustion Spraying Pressure Gauge Tester
  • High pressure, dual scale gauge reading 0-140psi(0-10 bar)
  • Pressure release valve with drain hose for safe fuel recovery
  • NOTE: Comes with the bigger Schrader valve for diesel but not petrol
  • The included adapters, hoses and fittings cover all fuel injection systems and most cars and trucks vehicles

Aeromotive 11104 Eliminator Fuel Pump (EFI or Carbureted applications)

Aeromotive 11104 Eliminator Fuel Pump (EFI or Carbureted applications)
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2021
  • Designed for high horsepower street/strip applications, EFI or Carbureted; Features Aeromotives 'dual chamber' pumping mechanism
  • Supports naturally aspirated engines up to 1900 HP with EFI, and up to 2300 HP carbureted; Supports forced induction engines up to 1400 HP with EFI and up to 1700 HP carbureted
  • Fully submersible for custom, in-tank placement.
  • ORB-12 inlet port and ORB-10 outlet port.
  • Pressure regulator not included (sold separately); Pump is not compatible with Diesel Fuel

HFS (R) NEW Fuel Injection Pump Injector Tester Pressure Test Gauge Gasoline Car Truck

HFS (R) NEW Fuel Injection Pump Injector Tester Pressure Test Gauge Gasoline Car Truck
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2021
  • Test gasoline fuel pump pressure on most fuel injection equipped vehicle
  • Gauge calibrated from 0 - 100 PSI (0-7 bar)
  • Indicates if fuel pump is defective or inconsistent in pressure flow
  • Includes assorted hoses, fittings and clamps to work on most vehicles
  • Product instruction & blow molded case included

Fuel Pump Secrets

This is an article on the little known fuel pump shut off switch.

The first thing I noticed when I arrived was the rather guilty look on her face. She pointed at the dent in the rear bumper where she had tapped her Father's truck as she parked in the drive way. She explained the car had shut off at that point and having arrived, she just went on in to visit with her parents. And when she tried to leave, the car simply would not start. She went on like this for some time as I raised the rear hatch and felt around in behind the cosmetic effect wheel well liner where I knew the centrifigal fuel pump shut off switch was usually located. As she ranted on what a useless car this had been I gave the reset lanyard a sharp pull and felt the switch reset.

I asked her for the keys and as she was winding up for a fourth redition of how this car was the lowest form of mechanical assemblage on the face of the known universe, I started the engine and stepped out to allow her entry into the vehicle. She was astonished at such a rapid repair and asked me what I had done. I had her place her hand on the lanyard and told her what it was..and why it was there.

This car has an electric fuel pump. In the past, fuel pumps had been mechanical and had been powered by a running engine. In the event of a collision, the engine usually was damaged beyond the point of running, and so the delivery of fuel would stop, thereby reducing the chance of fire. Not so in a vehicle equipped with an electric fuel pump. This kind of pump runs until turned off by the ignition switch. In the event of collison and even with the engine stopped, there was the pump happily supplying fuel...and if a fuel line had been broken in the engine compartment, the chance of a disastrous fire was very real.

Hence, the centrifigal fuel pump shut off switch. Very simple really, a spring loaded switch is installed that will shut off the power to the fuel pump in the event of a collision...think of a mouse trap arrangement. Enough of a jolt, and it will snap into action and in the case of our pump, shutting it off cleanly and with no sparks. My friend bouncing her car off of her Father's truck bumper had been sufficient to pop the switch, and her car would not start with no fuel being supplied.

She was overjoyed at my quick fix and took the opportunity to have me look at another problem she had been experiencing. Her car kept trying to overheat at traffic lights and slow moving traffic. I glanced in at the temperature gauge and sure enough in the few minutes we had been talking the gauge was beginning to edge up into hot territory. I popped the hood and after shutting off the engine I checked her coolant level and condition of her radiator cap and looked for any indications of a leak and asked her if she had added any coolant to the engine. Coolant? Her look asked..whats that?

I had an idea of what may have been the problem and locating the coolant temperature sensor I unplugged it and finding a couple of pieces stray wire in my truck bed I formed a quick and dirty connection between the connector plug in my hand, and the sensor still mounted on the engine. I had her turn the key to the on position and after using my wires to form a better ground connection, much to my satisfaction, the electric fan began pulling air through the radiator as it was designed to do. So it was a bad sensor and I told her so. I even offered to replace it for her if she would pay for the sensor.

She drove off happy again knowing her car would start again barring any more bumper thumps and that I would fix her car's overheating problem. I stood there mindful of how funny people can be sometimes. Something I have always marveled at and I was as guilty of this as anyone depending on what the topic was. So many of us use todays gadgets with no idea what so ever of what makes it go...how and why it is designed the way it is...and for some, never even wondering as to what makes it go. Never even crosses their minds. My friends rear hatch was still open as she sped off around the curve. It was obvious she was one of those types of people..and not very observant either.

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