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mercruiser 454 fuel /water pump rebuild

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  • mercruiser 454 fuel /water pump rebuild

    I have a 1995 wellcraft martinique with 454 mercruisers. combination water fuel pump is leaking water after a second pump kit. Is there a seal kit and bushing kit for rebuilding mercruiser 46-807151a8 raw water pump I have already tried the 46-80715a14 rebuild kit with. the pump body and o ring plates. this pump sells for over $600 can I have it rebuilt? Does anyone know the seal and bushing part numbers? Thank You
    Kmarine Restoration services
    1995 wellcraft martinique
    mbsports boss 210
    1998sea doo gtx


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    Re: mercruiser 454 fuel /water pump rebuild

    http://dougrussell.com/partscatalog/...,6,17,16,8,7,9
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      Re: mercruiser 454 fuel /water pump rebuild

      Thank you , It looks loke I can rebuild this for about $150 rather than $600 for a new pump. your time is appreciated.
      Kmarine Restoration services
      1995 wellcraft martinique
      mbsports boss 210
      1998sea doo gtx

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        Re: mercruiser 454 fuel /water pump rebuild

        Yeah, it's a pizz-poor design.........your other choice might be to replace the whole mess but it's not cheap of course.
        Here's one on ebay for $500 http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Mercr...item53e6f6a0cb

        Another choice would be to go to the NON-fuel pump model (and install an electric fuel pump)
        http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Mercr...item27ba01165a

        It's about $350 or so. but you eliminate the fuel pump leaks from destroying your raw-pump drive forever!!

        ALWAYS ensure that you have clean (fuel free) drive-oil in your raw water/fuel pump drive.


        Cheers,


        Rick
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        I use xxx oil and have never had a problem........
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