McFarlane Aviation Products - 1296-00-1NVCJ-OH/EX

Part Number: 1296-00-1NVCJ-OH/EX

FUEL PUMP, Overhaul Exchange, 28V

Core Charge Required

A core charge of $400.00 is required and will be added to your cart as a separate line item (Part Number "1296-00-1NVCJ-OH/EX-C"). Core charges will be refunded after manufacturer evaluation and approval of the qualified core. See product details for any restrictions.

Product Details



C J Aviation Overhauled Fuel Pumps 

FAA and EASA approved certified repair station

  • Available for general aviation and experimental aircraft with exchanges on Duke and Weldon pumps
  • Quick turn around with same day shipping on standard fuel pump part numbers



Note: A *refundable core charge is included in the price of all C J Aviation FAA-PMA pumps.

*When a qualified core is returned within 30 days of the original invoice date.


C J Aviation Warranties


All overhauled Fuel Pumps come with two o-rings and a drain plug.


FAA-PMA Approved Fuel Pumps Also Available

C J Aviation has been manufacturing the best fuel pumps in the industry for more than 30 years, offering direct replacement for Duke fuel pumps on Beechcraft, Cessna, Diamond, Maule, Mooney, Lake and Navion aircraft.




  • Direct replacements for several OEM Fuel Pumps
  • Two-year warranty or 300 hours, whichever comes first
  • Certified FAA and EASA Repair Station



  • Redesigned motor
  • Longer seal life
  • Tighter tolerance design



  • In stock - New and Exchange
  • Most orders ship same day


For more information go to Fuel Pumps.

For additional products visit Fuel Pump Components.




C J Aviation offers high quality fuel pumps, smoke pumps, and hydraulic pumps as well as overhaul and exchange services.  

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a mandatory replacement time for diaphragm fuel pumps?
I have just installed my new Fuel Pump and my engine will not start. Why?
What is causing the fuel (or oil) to leak from my Fuel Pump drain line?
What is causing my fuel pressure to fall below the “green arc”?
What is causing my fuel pressure to fluctuate?
How do I keep contaminants out of my fuel system?
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