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Old 08-19-2013, 11:54 AM
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INLET/OUTLET ID on MOPAR fuel pump?

I'm looking at a MOPAR small block fuel pump and have no idea which is the inlet and which is the outlet. The engine is not in a car. Nothing is marked



This may be obvious to many of you, but I'm clueless here.

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Put your finger over the orifices and see which one sucks. I would assume the nipple is the inlet, the threaded end pressure out.
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