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  • ^ I ended up using that pump and I made it work. Just had to lower the support bracket in the module..........

    I still believe you're having an ignition problem of sorts..... Good luck!

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    • Originally posted by Brian B View Post
      ^ I ended up using that pump and I made it work. Just had to lower the support bracket in the module..........
      Yeah, that makes sense since that blue bracket is really just arbitrarily screwed with self tapping screws at the current level. Some new holes would allow it to be mounted lower. Hmmmm.. Now I'm wondering if I should just put it in anyway while I've got it apart.


      Originally posted by Brian B View Post
      I still believe you're having an ignition problem of sorts..... Good luck!
      I definitely do/did on some level. I've already disassembled, cleaned, greased, and reassembled the ignition module and coils like you suggested. Tonight I replaced the sparkplug wires. Haven't had a chance to test any of that though since I've got the fuel system pulled apart.

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      • Just wanted to say thank you to everyone that has contributed to the fuel pump issue. I'm new to the forum and bought my first mastercraft in February of this year, a 04 X2 with the MCX. Last weekend ran pretty low on fuel and of course on Sunday it started to back it off the trailer and soon as got away from the shore, with my wife driving cause she can't back a trailer, it died. I swam out to it and couldn't get it started. Loaded it back up and went back to the house and got on this forum and quickly figured out it was probably the fuel pump. Went and got a pressure tester and had 0 psi. Found some replacement part numbers on here and figured I would try it myself. Local mc dealer wanted around $600 for thiers. I got the airtex e2065 and it fit perfectly. Used the existing line in the canister because it appears to be in good shape with no kinks. It was a little tough getting on but finally got it and was back on the water for July 4! It ran perfectly all day long. Pump was $72 at auto zone and took me about 1 1/2 hours to swap it out. So long story short, thanks to all the members who have contributed to this topic! Saved me over $400 and was back on the water quick!

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        • ^^That's a great story right there! What TT is about!
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          • And another big thanks to the guy that did all the painful work to find these parts, I to had a fuel pump go out on my 07 X2, was able to find an Airtex E2044 today and it worked great.
            I just finished putting the pump in and it fired rite up.
            A Big Thank You again guys, saved me 400 bucks.

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            • Another vote of thanks!

              Yeah, like so many others, my fuel pump on my 2007 X1 crapped out. I have been careful to not run it low, but it must have been time for it to die. I had just cleared the channel markers and cranked it over and wa-wa, the engine died. The wife thought I was goofing around. I knew instantly what had happened. I could crank the engine and it would run for about 30 seconds and die. You could hear the pump cycling, but not enough pressure to run the engine, just crank it.

              After paddling an hour back to shore, I grabbed my trusty Carolina Skiff and towed it back to the dock. Armed with the knowledge of this forum, I tore into it and replaced the pump with the airtex pump from Advanced Auto. Around $85 and 1.5 hours of work.

              The size and fit were fine. I am wondering about two things. Where do you find the filter that snaps on the bottom? Also, where do you find the filter inside the housing that looks like a envelope filter of sorts. Mine has a tear in it.

              The hose was in good shape with the exception of the upper clamp not being clamped at all. It was fitted, but so loose, it just bounced around. I see the challenge in replacing this line as it steps down to a smaller diameter from the output of the pump to the regulator.

              Thank you to all who have been so resourceful and helpful with this thread. Back on the water and money for fuel!

              Boatnbob

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              • Originally posted by Jeff d View Post
                Well, I bought an e2065 for my '00 MariStar 230 and it's definitley wrong for my module. I have the same issue as Brian B and BallBushing.

                Fortunately I don't think I have a bad fuel pump. My hose was severely kinked inside the module as others have experienced. I will replace that hose, reassemble with a new filter and hope for the best.

                Here's a pic of my pump (Stamped Carter 1819C 291) next to the e2065:
                I have the exact same issue with my 2000vrs 330, pump size is WAY off. My Fuel PSI is 38 running, runs really rough all of a sudden. Figured pump since someone recently stole all of my gas...

                Other thoughts? Help...
                2000 210VRS

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                • EDIT, MC dealer gave me a link to my pump and it says it should be 60PSI, pump numbers are wrong on the link, don't know what spec I should have. Mine stays at 3si no matter what...

                  In case anyone reads, runs rough, hesitates.
                  Last edited by Gabe63; 08-19-2012, 05:02 AM.
                  2000 210VRS

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                  • I have an '01 X-9 with an LTR 330HP Indmar. I recently replaced my TPS due to rough running issues and throwing codes. But have still not figured out why (when the engine is warm) I have issues starting, I have to be at WOT for it to finally start. Wondering if it a fuel pump issue, though I replaced my fuel pump back in '09 (Carter 71-332S) and with my boat being an '01... Am I at risk for the fuel pump problem you all are having?
                    '01 X-9, mid-ship LTR 330HP (5.7L GM Vortec), Northstar Ignition.

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                    • Well, I read that many people have 60spi fuel pressure, I had 38, bought a new complete module $500, rated at 60 psi, still have 38. I tested the pump I pulled out of the boat with a 12volt power supply, no regulator, 38 psi...

                      Back to the drawing board...
                      2000 210VRS

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                      • My '05 XStar motor died and then wouldn't start a few nights ago. Fuel pump will prime when ignition key is on, but confirmed no pressure when testing last night. Best online price i could find for MC fuel pump replacement is $400.

                        I'm hoping to track down an Airtex E2044 at Napa or OReillys in the morning. I have the L18 8.1L engine. Will changing fuel pumps be a "straight swap" or is it much more complicated?

                        Great thread!

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                        • It was a straight swap for my x45 with the same 8.1 motor.

                          I have seen some guys freak out a little on this thread because the fuel pumps may not be the exact same size. IIRC, mine was a tad bit different, but fit perfectly in the module, and ran great. This is not like a nut and bolt that has to fit perfectly to work. It pumps fuel....
                          Be excellent to one another.

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                          • If you have it out you might as well put a new filter on it.

                            http://www.wakeboards.com/MasterCraf...ump_filter.htm
                            -Tim

                            Making boomers great again!! Boomin'

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                            • Originally posted by StrmChzr View Post
                              My '05 XStar motor died and then wouldn't start a few nights ago. Fuel pump will prime when ignition key is on, but confirmed no pressure when testing last night. Best online price i could find for MC fuel pump replacement is $400.

                              I'm hoping to track down an Airtex E2044 at Napa or OReillys in the morning. I have the L18 8.1L engine. Will changing fuel pumps be a "straight swap" or is it much more complicated?

                              Great thread!
                              Autozone and Advance usually also carry that pump in stock... plus +1 on filter change.
                              sigpic...A bad day water skiing still beats a good day at work...1995 Pro Star 205....

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                              • I need to find a source for 1/4 1/2 stainless steal double ear clamps where you don't have to buy 100 units!
                                -Tim

                                Making boomers great again!! Boomin'

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