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Old 03-13-2021, 04:38 PM   #1
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Default Fuel pump help needed!!

Need some help peeps. Trying to get the ti back on the road. Almost ready but ran into a snag. I should have pulled the seat first and looked but everything I've checked tells me the first pic is the style fuel pump I need and is right side. Low and behold it's not. The 2nd pic is what I have, is left side, and I cannot find a part number to save my life. Part number on it pulls up old, used, UK ebay listings. If someone can point me in the right direction it would be most appreciated! Manufactured date on my ti is 8/95.
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RealOEM has the part numbers listed. If you're looking for the left side it appears to be the left fuel level sensor, part number 16146758734 as listed here.
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RealOEM has the part numbers listed. If you're looking for the left side it appears to be the left fuel level sensor, part number 16146758734 as listed here.
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RealOEM has the part numbers listed. If you're looking for the left side it appears to be the left fuel level sensor, part number 16146758734 as listed here.
That states it's just the level sensor. Does that mean I would need the left sucking jet pump it connects to?
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Nevermind. I'm an idiot. Did not even consider raising the rubber mat fully and look behind the passenger seat. I'm getting too old for this s*** lol
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