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post #1 of 15 Old 07-16-18, 16:10 Thread Starter
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Which Part Number? 2009 Daytona 675 Fuel Pump

Hello everyone. Does anyone know the difference between the fuel pumps for the Daytona 675's throughout the years? It looks like there is two part numbers depending on the year of the Daytona. I am looking for a replacement fuel pump for my 2009. Bike Bandit shows that I need part T2401977. Bike Bandit also list T2400735 for later model Daytonas. Does anyone know if these parts are indeed the same part with different numbers? Can I use either part number? I am trying to locate a used fuel pump and it would be nice to be able to source either part. Thanks.

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I've swapped fuel pumps around from different generations and the 2nd and 3rd gen (09-12 and 13-17) all seem to be interchangeable. Same plugs and everything.
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Did the fuel level sender still function correctly when you were swapping the fuel pumps? Are the fuel tank the same through all the generations?
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3rd gen fuel tanks are different and don't fit on earlier bikes.


Putting a 3rd gen pump in a 2nd gen bike, the low fuel light still works. Going vice versa, I don't know if the complete fuel gauge works because I have a race harness that disables it anyway. If there is the same internal plug on a 2nd gen pump for the fuel level float, then I'm sure it would work.
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You can also use a pump from an 04+ R1. Typically you can find those cheaper on the used market if you aren't buying new. I've got one in my track bike right now. Not sure about the fuel level sender location though.
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Iím pretty sure that this is a typical Triumph supercession, sloppy and poorly documented. If so you order either number and you get the newest item code. The only physical difference Iím aware of is that the vent and drain tube fittings are different on one of the years.
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Thank you all for the replies. I have called Trumph USA and they are unsure of the differences other than the part numbers. Here are a couple pictures. One shows a picture of a fuel pump that looks like what I pulled out. The second picture is a newer part number and it looks different. Do we know if I can truly use either or?

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So it looks like these pumps are indeed different. The old pump appears to have two electrical plugs where as the newer style pump has one electrical plug. My 2009 Daytona has two electrical connections for the fuel tank on the bike. Looks like I must need the old style pump in order to have the appropriate electrical connections. Can someone confirm that the newer Daytonas only have one electrical connection for the fuel tank?

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The other plug is for the low fuel level sensor. You can unclip the whole bracket from your fuel pump and swap it over. See the holes in the new pump where it fits back in?
There's a small clip you need to push down(I've circled it) and then slide the whole bracket downwards to remove it.
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