Replaces Yamaha #69J-24410-00-00, 69J-24410-01-00, 69J-24410-02-00
- 2002-2015 - F-TXR 200 / 225 / 250
- 2002-2015 - LF-TXR 200/ 225 / 250
- 2006-2015 - F-TLR 225
- 2002-2015 - F-TUR 225 / 250
- 2002-2015 - LF-TUR 225 /250
- 2006-2015 - F-BTUR / LF-BTUR 250
- 2006-2015 - F-BTXR / LF-BTXR 250
- Will require 12v with 15 amp fuse
FPF replacement fuel pump are designed to meet or exceed OEM specifications. Our pump features upgraded bushing, turbine impeller and Japanese armature electric motor which will ensure max performance and long lasting durability.
Meet or exceed OEM performance and durability
Drop in replacement design
Improved internals like bushing, turbine impeller and Japan armature electric motor for better
performance and durability
Advanced pressure relief valve to insure the correct PSI
Will require 12v with 15 amp fuse
Part was exactly what I ordered and fixed my problem. 2005 Yamaha F225. If your boat starts to stall out at 3800 rpm’s. Replace your low and high pressure fuel pump. Only took me a few hours to pull and instal.
Purchased 2 fuel pumps for a Yamaha 225
The pumps are perfect exact fit fixed intermittent pressure issues.
The shippind department is a complete mess I was missing a whole fuel pump!
When I contacted customer service they said there is no way they forgot to send one and we're very defensive and blamed me .... Ultimately they made it right but it was not quick by any means
Do not use this company if your on a time schedule
Great pump unrel service
Fuel Pump for Yamaha Outboard Replace OEM # 69J-24410-00-00, 69J-24410-01-00, 69J-24410-02-00
I ordered two pumps and received them in a timely, professional fashion. Unfortunately, one of the brand new pumps I received was bad from the factory; therefore, I had to pay a mechanic to come out TWICE instead of once. I ended up putting in-line pumps to the motors, totally bypassing the fuel pumps given I have lost faith in them. I cannot risk being 100 miles offshore and have a low pressure fuel pump go bad. Therefore, I installing in-line pumps, which would be a fairly easy fix if one goes bad offshore (I wouldn't even have to remove the motor cowling in such a case). All in all, y'all did a great job but I cannot risk my life on a pair of pumps that are 50% bad upon receipt.