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Old 05-11-2012, 04:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Firefighter83 View Post
Thanks for the advice! For 70 bucks though I might just get a new one haha.
Yeah, peace of mind is priceless sometimes. Keep it around as a spare.
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Originally Posted by kozal01

Yeah, peace of mind is priceless sometimes. Keep it around as a spare.
Yup! That's for sure. Well now that I'm home for summer I will look around before this next winter. Thanks again!
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Fuel Pump Driver Module- Check yours!!-image-1175556349.jpg

Gonna be next on my list as well

Edit: just bought one should be here next week $65 shipped from eBay....

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looks like it me, typed in the "make sure it fit's" information and it says it fits my 06 5.4 gas, I'm going to keep this link in mind if i need a new one....anyone else verify?
I also did the make sure it fits and it says it does, mine is an 06 4.6. I was just wondering about the difference in OEM part numbers from this thread (the picture of the one he took off) and Amazon. The Dorman part number is the same so I am sure it is the one.
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Originally Posted by stmar
I also did the make sure it fits and it says it does, mine is an 06 4.6. I was just wondering about the difference in OEM part numbers from this thread (the picture of the one he took off) and Amazon. The Dorman part number is the same so I am sure it is the one.
I believe the difference is the old Ford part w/o spacers and the new one w spacers .... Not sure though......
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I ordered one from Amazon and should be here tomorrow. $57.12 shipped (free shipping with prime).
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Thanks for the heads up! I'm going to have to check mine soon enough. There must be a way of relocating it elsewhere.
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Originally Posted by Tradesman View Post
Thanks for the heads up! I'm going to have to check mine soon enough. There must be a way of relocating it elsewhere.
Just use spacers between it and the rail when you reinstall a new one. This will allow for water, mud, or whatever to get easily removed from its backside, which is what causes the rot in the first place.

In other threads on this subject, I've informed folks about the fuel pump driver module from the Expeditions. They are the same part as far as electronics are, and have a molded in spacer, but the threads need to be cut off. Then it will bolt up perfectly to your truck. The gift of this is that they are more likely to be in stock when you need one, as they don't rot apart like the F150's do because they have that molded in spacer.
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Good to know.
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