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1985 Johnson 90hp fuel pump

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  • 1985 Johnson 90hp fuel pump

    want to replace the fuel pump on my 90hp, it has the vro removed and has no # on it, anyone know the part # and where I could get one? don't have to time to hit a dealer.


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    Re: 1985 Johnson 90hp fuel pump

    You can get one from any Bombardier dealer. Have them UPS it to you. These pumps have gone through countless part number supercessions as they have been updated over the years by the factory. There are two common pumps, both usually a dealer-stocked item. Give your dealer a call and they will tell you which you need. Make sure you are sitting down when you ask the price. Also, Bombardier does make a cheaper new replacement pump which does not mix the oil-you would have to go to premix fuel. Saves you about $100 on the pump itself.


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      Re: 1985 Johnson 90hp fuel pump

      staying premix you can use these.
      Part Number: 0385784
      Description: FUEL PUMP AY
      Equivalent Parts: 0395712,0398385,0433390,0438559

      these replacement pumps are only available thru a BRP dealer, there is not an aftermarket price, so make time to visit a dealer, or order from here http://shop2.evinrude.com/ext/index....349b439cb45104
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