Just putting this out here as a FYI on what I have been dealing with; seemingly another poor quality issue arising. For years I have used Carter P4070 electric fuel pumps on everything from heavy equipment, to automobile applications and have used them for years on our idi's when converting to E-fuel from mechanical. And for years I have had nothing but excellent service from them. Thousands of hours without a hiccup. Over the past year I have experienced 4 pump failures out of the blue on recently purchased pumps, all with under aprox 500hrs on the pumps. 2 of them has less then 100hrs. And 2 of the failures were on idi trucks. ALL pumps were installed with a pre filter, mounted close to the tank and as low as possible. All had fused power and good grounds. All were treated with some form of fuel treatment (usually Howes or Stanadyne) and none were allowed to run on a plugged or partially plugged filter and none had to pump a great vertical distance, and none were subject to great vibration, heat or cold. They had it pretty easy. It seems like they are failing on the electrical side. Some fail suddenly and others still kind of pump but with only about 1psi and they cough and stubble and sound terrible. Its pretty disheartening to see yet another product that was once a trusted piece of quality, turn into yet another pile of crap.