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I know my mistake was getting an electronic fuel pump in the first place. But, now that I have it and it's been installed for me I'll ask the question - what's the best way to mount the fuel pump so the noise doesn't drive you out of the car? My fuel pump was mounted for me, I had envisioned some sort of vibration damper to be used between the pump and the mounting location on the car. I did get some material between them unfortunately about an 1/8" is all. Then the pump was spot welded on all 4 corners to the frame of the car. It sure isn't going to fall off but you can't stand to be in the car when it's running it's so loud. I'm going to have to somehow carefully cut the spot welds and remove the pump and make a different way to mount it. Originally I was thinking of using some of the heavy duty rubber pad that's used to mount industrial equipment to concrete floors to dampen the vibration. Any ideas for a great solution?