I replaced my in tank fuel pump on my '87 this week. Old one kept quitting on the way home. Got it going by running a jumper to the pump lead (tan) and pounding on the tank till the shock got the pump to run. The new replacement pump from NAPA lasted about 20 minutes I'm so disgusted right now I'd like to leave that POS in there and splice in an in line pump in the fuel line just before the filter. I thought I read a post here a while back about a factory inline pump that would work but I can't find it in SEARCH. I have the August '04 issue of 4wheel & off road here in front of me and in the EFI engine swaps section It calls for Autozone E2000 for an inline pump. Does anybody know for sure if this pump will supply the 14 or so PSI that TBI needs? This is the third in tank pump I've replaced in 6 years and after all the work on this cleaning and painting and replacing fuel lines etc. I'll be dipped in dawg$h!t before I drop the tank again. Of course the current fuel pump quit after the test drive, I FILLED THE TANK typical! OK I feel better now.