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    • footndale

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      On 8/2/2020 at 11:32 PM, UWSkier said:

      Completed my pump swap today.  Using a P61171.  I was able to reuse the output connector from my OEM pump, which was also a Carter from the looks of it.  The input was a giant pain though.  Couldn't find a hose barb connector with the required threads that wasn't a swiveling reverse-flare setup.  I ended up punting and also buying a P90043 just to get that one stupid fitting.

      First test in the driveway is tomorrow.  Lake, hoping Tuesday or Wednesday.

      BTW, these work great to plug the bracket.

      https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07N17ZL8P/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

       

      Would this work on  a 04 Response LXI? You have any pics or did miss that post?

       

    • gregtay

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      I think there was a thread on similar issues last year (so might have been 2019 models) and the fix was a software update.  I'd check with your dealer.

    • oldjeep

      Posted (edited)

      19 minutes ago, JBell said:

      New water pump comes with flange pressed on. Just had to unbolt the pully and attach to the new pump. Pretty easy to install.

       

      I wonder if this will become a problem in boats with this pump. It seems like the way it is designed it will eventually work itself loose. 

       

      Shouldn't be an issue design wise, but could be a mfg issue.  Perfectly normal way to attach a pulley flange to a pump. 

      Edited by oldjeep
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    • footndale

      Posted

      2 weeks not being on the water. One from this morning of a crew member.

       

       

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    • New water pump comes with flange pressed on. Just had to unbolt the pully and attach to the new pump. Pretty easy to install.

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      I wonder if this will become a problem in boats with this pump. It seems like the way it is designed it will eventually work itself loose. 

      IMG-1672.thumb.jpg.02b39f2822713337a038401924afb2bb.jpgIMG-1673.thumb.jpg.2c977df11a20db482775c60b618b813d.jpg

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