Carter Hi-Po Fuel Pump for 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Mustangs with a 289,302 or 351W Engine.
Is your pump on your 1966-1973 Mustang not working properly, install a new fuel pump from Carter? This fuel pump is designed to mimic the factory specified pressure and factory flow rates. Each fuel pump from Carter is tested for reliability.
The job of the fuel pump is to pump the fuel from the fuel tank to the carburetor allowing your Mustang to stay running. The arm on the fuel pump is spring loaded and rest on the fuel eccentric which has a pumping action that constantly feeds the engine with fuel.
- 25 gph (Gallons Per Hour)
- Maximum Pressure 6.5 PSI
- Anti-flow Spring
- Light Weight Aluminum Body
- Barbed Inlet Tube
- Treaded Outlet to Carburetor
- Fuel Pump Gasket
Please Note: This fuel pump will Not fit 1969 Boss 302 and 1970 Boss 302 Mustangs.
If your Classic Mustang is performing poorly, it might be due to a clogged fuel filter or a dying fuel pump. These two parts are key to keeping your 1965-1973 Mustang running efficiently and, if one or both fail, you'll be stalled out along the side of the road. CJ Pony Parts offers many fuel pumps and filters for these Mustangs, so you can easily find what you need and get your Mustang back on the road in no time.
Purchase a Carter Hi-Po Fuel Pump for 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Mustangs with a 289,302 or 351W Engine from CJ Pony Parts today!
Product ReviewsWrite a review
I bought this pump not knowing the inlet size was 3/8". My fuel line from the tank and old pump are 5/16". What's the best way to resolve (besides just jamming the line onto the barbed connection)?
What is the size of the outlet?
The inlet on this pump does it accept a 3/8" tube size?
289 ENGINE 4 BARREL 1966 MUSTANG STOCK THIS FUEL PUMP DOES NOT LOOK LIKE MINE EXACTLY. CAN YOU CONFIRM FOR SURE BEFORE I ORDER?
The description says Hi-Po. Will this fuel pump work on a C-Code 289 (non Hi-Po)?
Will the Carter Fuel Pump 289/302/351W - Hi Po (Except Boss) 1966-1973 work for a non-HiPo 289? If not, which fuel pump will I need for a 1966 coupe with 289 2bbl? Thanks
Hello..what fitting do you recommend for the out let side. I like to go from screw in type to a hose. Thanks!
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