2006 Jeep Wrangler Spectra Premium Fuel Pump

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Spectra Premium Fuel Pump A1205EP for 2006 Jeep Wrangler
$
164
99
  • Part # A1205EP
  • SKU # 348915

Notes: Electric, Failure to install a new fuel strainer (where applicable) will void warranty. Strainer included with pump

  • PRICE: 164.99
  • Item Grade: OEM Standard
  • Wiring Harness Included: No
  • Outlet Size: 5/16
  • Maximum Free Flow Rate (gph): 61.9
  • Product Condition: New
  • Inlet Attachement: Strainer
  • Inlet Count: 1
  • Strainer Included: Yes
  • Gaskets Included: Yes
  • Maximum Pressure Range (psi): 123.3
  • Minimum Pressure Range (psi): 87.0
  • Outlet Attachment: For Hose
  • Outlet Count: 1
  • Minimum Free Flow Rate (gph): 52.6

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Spectra Premium Fuel Pump D7011M for 2006 Jeep Wrangler
$
189
99
  • Part # D7011M
  • SKU # 358482

Notes: Module assembly, Internal strainer included

  • PRICE: 189.99
  • Item Grade: OEM Standard
  • Wiring Harness Included: No
  • Outlet Size: 3/8
  • Maximum Free Flow Rate (gph): 58.71
  • Product Condition: New
  • Inlet Count: 0
  • Strainer Included: Yes
  • Gaskets Included: Yes
  • Maximum Pressure Range (psi): 62.35
  • Minimum Pressure Range (psi): 56.55
  • Outlet Attachment: Quick Connect
  • Outlet Count: 1
  • Minimum Free Flow Rate (gph): 49.44

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Good quality, does the job

Grant

in 8 months

I replaced the unit when the factory fuel level sender quit working. I figured I might as well replace the whole unit since it's so hard to get to and the Jeep has 225k miles on the factory unit. The new unit looks different from the factory unit I pulled out of the tank, but I think it actually has a better design with two even springs instead of one lopsided spring and plastic sliding tabs. See photos.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2006 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (LJ) Rubicon

I replaced the unit when the factory fuel level sender quit working. I figured I might as well replace the whole unit since it's so hard to get to and the Jeep has 225k miles on the factory unit. The new unit looks different from the factory unit I pulled out of the tank, but I think it actually has a better design with two even springs instead of one lopsided spring and plastic sliding tabs. See photos.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2006 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (LJ) Rubicon