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    Fuel Pump Relay, part number and where to purchase?

    So, I bought this relay (part number 61311373585) as it seems to match up with the current fuel pump relay that is installed on the car:
    https://www.ecstuning.com/b-bosch-pa...BoCwuoQAvD_BwE

    What I received however was part number 61-36-1-378-238 which is an orange relay and I believe is the O2 Sensor relay

    I started doing a little bit more searching, and I stumbled on to here:
    https://www.fcpeuro.com/products/bmw...-61368373700oe

    Which says "1987 BMW 325i
    Originally produced as a 4 prong relay, it has been superceded to a 5 prong relay."

    Now, I am lost on what the correct relay I should get. Currently the fuel pump relay is a 4 prong relay on my car.

    #2
    12 63 1 277 245 - this is what my catalogue lists for a 1988 BMW 325is, which I do not agree with. The pins are in the wrong locations and RealOEM lists it being for a euro spec E30.
    Autobahn Motorsport - Portland, Oregon
    @autobahnmotorsport
    '88 M5 | '88 535i | '88 325i | '88 325is | '88 330is | '91 325is | '91 M-Technic 325ic | '93 740il | '03 530i

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      #3
      e30austin, thank you for the quick reply but when I pulled that part number up it looks a lot different than mine. Might be that mine is an 87 and has 2 fuel pumps? Not sure.

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        #4
        Very interesting. I even pulled up RealOEM and they are also giving me the 5 pin, main DME relay, for the fuel pump...something weird is going on.

        The part number ending in 585 is the correct unit, for the fuel pump relay.
        Autobahn Motorsport - Portland, Oregon
        @autobahnmotorsport
        '88 M5 | '88 535i | '88 325i | '88 325is | '88 330is | '91 325is | '91 M-Technic 325ic | '93 740il | '03 530i

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          #5
          Maybe the green one? Per the description, the 5th prong goes into a blank slot so it is not being used anyways. Does this seem right?:

          https://www.eeuroparts.com/Parts/292...e-61368373700/

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