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I have a 7.3 PSD in a 1996 E-350. Does this van use a mechanical and an electric fuel pump? Thanks
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Should be a mech pump, mounted on the motor...

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I have a 7.3 PSD in a 1996 E-350. Does this van use a mechanical and an electric fuel pump? Thanks
Yep...mechnical...Driven right off the crank itself.
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Is it not the same mechanical pump as the truck engines??????
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I assume it is the same
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If it is the same pump as the truck engines it will be located at top/rear of the engine. It might be partially under the turbo. I've never seen a van PSD engine, so I don't know if some things were moved around due to lack of space under the hood.
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it's in the same place as a truck however this is one of the few jobs that is easier to do on a van because of the doghouse.

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the e-350 van uses the same mecahanical pump the trucks use. its in the v of the block. Its actuated by a pump foot/rod that rides on a camshaft lobe. If you need a pump check with napa or carqwest, i have used both with good luck. :Thumbup:
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