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Stroller
Posted 2018-10-07 1:13 PM (#571266)
Subject: Wanted: Heater Fuel pump


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Hi there I am looking for the gas heater fuel pump to a 1956 Chrysler Imperial Mopar Instant Heat Conditionaire, made by Stewart Warner model 800. I need the fuel line from the engine fuel pump, the fuel pump mounted on the blower, the fuel line from the fuel pump to the heater and the tube from the blower to the the heater. Also am looking for the 2 air deflectors for the trunk mounted A/C unit. These thing mount on each side of the rear deck. The A/C unit is Mark IV from the John E. Mitchell company in Dallas, Tx.
I will try to ad pictures of what I am working with. If the rear deck picture shows, the 2 air deflectors go in the holes where the stuff animals are perched.
please email me if you have or know where I might find these things.

Thank you.
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wizard
Posted 2018-10-07 3:40 PM (#571270 - in reply to #571266)
Subject: Re: Wanted: Heater Fuel pump



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Very "cool" option, whish that you find all the parts. Be extremely careful with those old gas heaters - they had a flaming history.


I would test the heater but then not use it and perhaps even plug the fuel line.
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56D500boy
Posted 2018-10-07 4:22 PM (#571276 - in reply to #571266)
Subject: RE: Wanted: Heater Fuel pump



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Because I view looking up parts as an interesting challenge and I have some resources that I kind of know my way around, I offer that the fuel pump that you seek is PN 1688 445. The diagrams and parts lists below back that up.

Doing a Google Search on "1688445 heater fuel pump" didn't turn up exactly that part but it did show up some modern day equivalents that would work for you:

https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b&ei=TmW6W-2wLYuE8AOwiq...

Specifically, the Webasto (a German company that makes gas and diesel auxiliary heaters) petrol (gasoline) heater in-line fuel pump available at places like Heatso.com

https://www.heatso.com/webasto-fuel-pump-12v-petrol/



The Model 800 parts diagram shows the fuel pump as Item 30. Item 30 in the Parts list leads to Section 1-48-962 and Section 1-49-962 yields the OE PN of 1688 445.



Edited by 56D500boy 2018-10-07 4:25 PM




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Old Ray
Posted 2018-10-07 7:19 PM (#571295 - in reply to #571266)
Subject: RE: Wanted: Heater Fuel pump



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I'm thinking KA-BOOM !!

........  those parts willl be hard to find,....... I'm not sure if this is any help,  but if you wanted to retrofit something, the early Volkswagen air cooled bug had a gas heater. 

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56D500boy
Posted 2018-10-07 7:33 PM (#571297 - in reply to #571295)
Subject: RE: Wanted: Heater Fuel pump



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Old Ray - 2018-10-07 7:19 PM

I'm thinking those parts willl be hard to find,....... I'm not sure if this is any help,  but if you wanted to retrofit something, the early Volkswagen air cooled bug had a gas heater. 



Probably made by Webasto I know Webasto was still making them in the mid-90's for C4 Audi 100s and a6s (1992-97) in Europe.

Hence my fuel pump suggestion.

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rebel
Posted 2018-10-08 4:58 PM (#571347 - in reply to #571297)
Subject: RE: Wanted: Heater Fuel pump


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Jerry,
See my reply to your post in the For Sale forums for my 56 New Yorker parts.
Bob
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hemidenis
Posted 2018-10-08 7:59 PM (#571356 - in reply to #571266)
Subject: Re: Wanted: Heater Fuel pump



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I'm sure I have a NOS pump somewhere in the house, when I was trying to restore one of theses units. Purchased on ebay, and I never saw one again.
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hemidenis
Posted 2018-10-12 6:38 PM (#571581 - in reply to #571266)
Subject: Re: Wanted: Heater Fuel pump



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Sorry for the delay, I found the pump in my NOS stash. but is for the other heater model.

Edited by hemidenis 2018-10-12 7:33 PM
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