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REPLACEMENT FUEL PUMP MODULE ASSEMBLY
Replacement Fuel Pump Module Assembly - Brand New is your dependable replacement product for your damaged part; guaranteed NEW - not reconditioned. This new fuel pump module assembly is ideal for your restoration needs at an affordable price.
Replacement brand parts are the most affordable solution for all of your replacement needs! All Replacement items are backed by a 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty.
Precision manufactured to the strictest OE standards and subjected to rigorous safety and performance test; Features turbine technology that delivers fuel with minimal pressure pulsation for quieter operation and check valve that maintains consistent system pressure for superior hot fuel handling characteristics; Has brushes designed for durability, efficiency, and low resistance operation; Its armature is ultrahigh balanced to minimize noise and vibration and choke coils to minimize radio interference.
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AC DELCO – OE REPLACEMENT FUEL PUMPS
Revamp your fuel injection system with the state-of-the-art manufacturing and enduring performance of AC Delco’s OE replacement fuel pumps. Established in 1899, AC Delco manufactures original GM parts and premium OE replacement parts for other brands in the automotive aftermarket.
DORMAN – OE REPLACEMENT FUEL PUMPS
Maximize your vehicle’s tank-to-engine fuel delivery performance with Dorman’s OE replacement fuel pumps. Since 1918, Dorman Products has supplied the automotive aftermarket with high-quality replacement parts, hardware and fasteners.
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Your Chevrolet Tahoe cannot run without fuel. Being able to store fuel, though, is only part of the function your car needs to perform--fuel still needs to be transported to the engine for consumption. This is the job of your Chevrolet Tahoe fuel pump. It draws fuel from the tank and pumps it into the internal combustion engine. The fuel pump also distributes fuel under low pressure to the carburetor or transports it to the fuel injection system under higher pressure. When you are driving and your Tahoe feels like its tank is almost empty even though you just filled it, you may have a damaged fuel pump. The fuel pump must be checked and replaced if necessary.
How can a problem with the Chevrolet Tahoe fuel pump be pinpointed? Answer: If the engine misfires while idling or while going through the driving speed range, then a problem with the fuel system should be considered. Eliminating problems with the spark plugs is a good way to start--if they are dry, then fuel is not reaching them. The fuel pipe should be clear of any obstructions, and the fuel filter should be checked for blockages. If the fuel filter is clear, then the hose from the tank needs to be checked. If it is not blocked, then the assumption can be safely made that the pump has stopped working. A straightforward way to go about it would be to check for the sound of the fuel pump operating when the vehicle is started. If there is no sound from the fuel pump, then there is a high possibility the problem lies with this component.
What happens if a damaged fuel pump is not properly fixed? Answer: A damaged fuel pump can work intermittently, and when it does work, it can fool the car owner into thinking that there really was no problem in the first place. A faulty fuel pump can trick you--one day, the car might quit and won't start, and the next day, it might run smoothly without any problems. The car owner might think that there's not much damage because the car starts half of the time. However, neglecting to check the condition of the fuel pump can eventually lead to its total malfunction.
Is the fuel pump easy to detach? Answer: Removing the fuel pump is not a very easy task. To access and remove the fuel pump on the Chevrolet Tahoe, the fuel tank needs to be lowered first. This task might need another person's help since the large fuel tank might be too heavy for a single person to handle.