Frequently Asked Questions
WALBRO AUTOMOTIVE FUEL PUMPS ARE NOW TI AUTOMOTIVE
For decades, Walbro automotive fuel pumps have been manufactured by TI Automotive. These same pumps are now branded with the TI Automotive name, carrying a legacy of more than 60 years of manufacturing the most popular drop-in fuel pumps, with the same performance, quality and reliability that you have come to know and expect.
Any website branded Walbro is not our website. It may be Walbro Engine Management or a separate online seller. None are directly linked to our factory or TI Automotive.
For Carburetor support, please contact Walbro Engine Management at 989-872-2131. They are a separate company.
There are different strainers for our pumps depending on the OD of the inlet. To select the best strainer or pump filter for your pump, please refer to the Catalog for a complete downloadable product offering to find what filter to use.
Yes, TI Automotive turbine pumps and all DCSS pumps (F90000267, F90000274, F90000285, etc.) are compatible with a PWM system. TI Automotive Gen II (Gerotor) pumps are not recommended for a PWM system. The signal manipulation causes unstable running conditions with the gerotor pump.
There are a couple reasons why a pump will not maintain system pressure. Contamination inside the pump may have caused damage inside the pump or there may be a leak in the fuel line. Be sure to thoroughly check the complete fuel system.
It is not recommended to use both an in-line and in-tank pump in conjunction.
If the vehicle was equipped with a factory in-tank pump, it is recommended to replace it with one of our replacement units/kits or remove it if an in-line pump is desired.
View our Technical Article “Thinking of Switching to an In-Line Electric Fuel Pump” for more information.
TI Automotive only sells these applications to manufacturers and not distribution or end users.