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Without fuel getting to your engine your project is nothing more than a garage ornament. Fuel-injected engines require fuel pumps that put out higher pressure than those of old carbureted engines. We found that the late-model Jeep TJ (’05-’06) in-tank fuel pumps put out about 60 psi of pressure, and we like in-tank pumps because, while they can be harder to replace, being submerged in fuel helps cool and protect the pumps from burning up. We sourced a new fuel sending unit from Rock Auto to go in our GenRight Long Range 24-gallon aluminum fuel tank.

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