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I want to replace the fuel pump with an OEM, but am having no luck finding one. Not even the local dealer has one. I won’t even consider a junk yard. Diesel O Rings has a Bosch, but I know nothing about those pumps. My OEM has lasted 21 years and 147k miles. Any suggestion on where to get an OEM pump, or a recommendation for an aftermarket?
 

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I have had pretty good luck finding some “NOS” parts for my van on eBay.
Is eBay item 223602302138 the pump?
 

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I'm thinking that the OEM Ford pump is likely made by Bosch.
I believe that other guys have had good service from Bosch pumps. Diesel O Rings has good products and would stand by them.

The pump you need is the one that tcnofh1 posted if you want to go OEM (Motorcraft).

This is another option: https://parts.autonationfordwhitebearlake.com/oem-parts/ford-fuel-pump-f81z9c407ac?c=Zz1mdWVsLXN5c3RlbSZzPWRpZXNlbC1mdWVsLXN1cHBseSZsPTQmbj1Bc3NlbWJsaWVzIFBhZ2UmYT1mb3JkJm89ZS0zNTAtZWNvbm9saW5lLWNsdWItd2Fnb24meT0xOTk5JnQ9eGx0JmU9Ny0zbC12OC1kaWVzZWw%3D
(the picture is incorrect).
 

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I ordered a Busch from Diesel O Rings.
 

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Just as a followup, the Bosch pump that I received from Diesel O Rings, is the exact same as the OEM; name numbers and everything. Only much cheaper than others parts houses.
 

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Glad to hear! Thanks for the follow up.
 
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