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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 03:41 PM Thread Starter
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Busted fuel pump assembly

Where would be the best place to find a new or used top half of the fuel pump enclosure? I snapped the vent nipple off trying to pry up on it during removal.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 06:38 PM
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Buy the Toyota assembly. Should be same as 2002 Celica GTS
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Yeah not that expensive. If it is an 05 then sand it down before reinstall so it goes in and out smoothly!


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Anyone have the Toyota part number for the 2002 Celica GTS fuel pump housing top plate? The Lotus part number is A120L6008S and they call it the Pipe Plate Assembly.
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those things always brake. I just glued mine back together has held up since 2005.

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Just as a future reference for those considering removing the 05 pump assembly, BUY THE REPLACEMENT HOUSING AHEAD OF TIME FROM A JUNKYARD. Unless you drop the tank (and even then) chances of breaking that plastic somehow are almost guaranteed. Luckily I picked up the whole assembly at a junkyard for 30$ as opposed to the +130$ it would have cost new.

And to avoid going through that hassle every time, take something round like a breaker bar and carefully hit along the inside edge of the tank to widen it just a bit.
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