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Denso951-0007 Fuel Pump - Direct Fit

Part #: NP9510007 | Mfr #: 951-0007

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List Price: $104.63

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  • Condition: New
  • Operation: Electric
  • Product Fit: Direct Fit
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Fuel Sending Unit Included: No
  • Pressure Sensor Included: No
  • Recommended Use: OE Replacement
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: Same day - 1 business day
  • Mechanism: Turbine
  • Notes: Fuel pump motor
  • Warranty: Denso limited warranty

Product reviews

Huge expensive disappointment by J in KY, June 30, 2013

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This product was advertised as a direct replacement and even the package it came in stated a direct replacement. For those not familiar with an intank fuel pump the pump in the Subaru hangs vertically in the tank and is secured in a metal bracket. Also the pump is connected to the metal fuel line by a very short piece of hose. When I pulled the OEM pump and went to instal the lets not forget it is a direct replacemnent I began to notice difference such as the the direct replacement pump was both shorter in length and had a smaller diameter. then I noticed the wiring harness was not plug and play and I had to cut and splice the wires inside the tank to power the pump. Problems just continued to roll downhill when I attempted to mount the sock filter. The nipple on the end of the new pump was just short enough that there was no way to secure the sock to the pump. The OEM mounting bracket became useless because nothing on the new pump matched the bracket and the new pump ended up after I installed it just hanging vertically in the tank connected to the metal fuel line by that short piece of hose. Pump did work and 2 weeks after installing it I headed out on a 600 mile trip. 400 miles into the trip I pulled into a rest stop and when I was ready to leave the car would not start. I had the car towed to a repair shop where it was determined the pump came loose from the metal line and was dangling in the tank held only by its wires. The tow was $100 and the repair another $300. I now have a direct fit replacement fuel pump secured in the cars tank held in place with zip ties. Returned home last night and the plan is to go to the Subaru dealer Monday and buy an OEM pump as I have no faith in this pump or the repair. Bottom line this pump is not a plug and play and isnt even close to the original part. Buy one for your Subaru if you want but be warned you will be both angrier and less wealthy when all is said and done.

The best by M.A.mech.eng., May 17, 2012

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I used this fuel pump (Denso) today for my Kia sportage 2009. I notice difference between (Denso) and old one (Bosch) which fault suddenly.