1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby oldschool1 » Tue Sep 06, 2016 3:14 am

1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

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JANUARY 14, 2011
Saw it.
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JANUARY 20, 2011
Bought it.
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Named it.
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Found no fuel pressure.
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Replaced the fuel filter.
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Replaced the external fuel pump.
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Condemned the in-tank fuel pump.
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Condemned the fuel tank.
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Looking for the one year only OEM in-tank fuel sender & pump.
OEM 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII IN TANK FUEL PUMP PART NUMBER E4LY-9H307-A
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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby CDW6212R » Tue Sep 06, 2016 8:32 am

That's a lovely car, and great work fixing that fuel tank and pump.
Don
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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby oldschool1 » Thu Sep 08, 2016 11:55 pm

Hi Don,
I was unable to repair them.
I'm searching for replacements ESPECIALLY the
one-year-in-tank-fuel-pump-made-of-Unobtainium.
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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby CDW6212R » Fri Sep 09, 2016 12:57 pm

Oh, I saw the picture and figured that it meant you had one.

If the assembly, especially the sending unit is functional or repairable, you can fabricate something for the rest. I'd see how similar the later Mark VII assembly is, and attempt to alter the old style to accept the new one. What about the tanks, if they can be swapped, you could put both the tank and pump set in together?

The special parts are the pickup and sender, plus the sock shape. I bet you can create something which will work better for future servicing.
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1991 Red Special Edition, my 2nd SE, dead paint, DWS 255/45/17's on 95 Cobra wheels, and soon; DVD/Navi/backup camera, OBDII and the 347, before custom paint.
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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby oldschool1 » Sat Sep 10, 2016 2:00 am

Depth is one issue. The other is control.
1984 = four wire.
1985 - 1992 = three wire.
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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby Panamerica » Tue Sep 12, 2017 2:27 am

Hey Old School...
I came across this today and wondered if you still needed one and were aware (Maybe I already shared this and forgot):
http://www.nospartsltd.com/product-p/e4ly9h307a.htm
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Re: 1MRBP98F7EY629021 1984 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK VII

Postby oldschool1 » Thu Sep 14, 2017 1:09 am

I'm reading this on my phone at 1:00 AM my time and can't call them right now ... but I will!
Thank you!
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