Fuel Pump Module Assembly

The fuel pump module consists of a fuel pump, internal wiring, anti-drain back valve and a strainer. A sender unit sends a signal to the fuel level gauge to show the fuel level in the tank. They may also include a fuel filter, as part of the module. Modern vehicles normally use electric fuel pumps, located inside the fuel tank. These pumps are complex and can be difficult to access. This often makes replacement very expensive. Fortunately, fuel pump failure is often preventable.

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Fuel Pump Module Assembly by Spectra Premium Industries

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• Exact fit for easy installation
• Meets or exceeds OE manufacturer's specification
• Utilizes a high strength, POM plastic (Polyoxymethylene) to prevent tubes from breaking.
• Product comes with wiring harness and installation hardware where necessary
• Precision tested fuel level sensor ensures vehicle's fuel gauge will provide an accurate reading at any fuel level
• Includes fuel strainer for smoother installation process and ensures a clean fuel system upon replacement
• Improved connectors to eliminate excessive electrical resistance and provide better heat dissipation compared to OE
• Fuel level sensor utilizes palladium silver alloy for increase durability and better resistance against bad fuel
• High flow pumps utilize carbon commutators which increases durability and generates less heat, equating to a longer lasting fuel pump
• Failure to clean vehicles fuel tank, install a new fuel filter and strainer will void product warranty
• 100% reliability tested for: voltage, amperage, resistance, pressure and volume
• Lifetime warranty
• Failure to clean vehicles fuel tank, install a new fuel filter and strainer will void product warranty

Fuel Pump Module Assembly by Dorman

Fuel Pump Module Assembly

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The Fuel Pump Module houses the fuel pump and sends fuel to the engine. The replacement restores drivability and proper engine functioning.
* Direct replacement for a proper fit every time
* Comes with lock ring and seal (where applicable)
* No special tools required for installation
* Fuel Tanks also available, sold separately

Fuel Pump Module Assembly by Delphi

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Low fuel? Extreme temperatures? We've got you covered! Delphi has created the superheroes of the fuel module and pump world, and we've got 150 design patents to prove it. So watch out! You'll have more happy customers after every installation.
The Delphi Difference
* Built with the latest OE technology
* Better pumping, but with less energy
* Internal strainer system to protect pump from contaminants
* Steel plated, all metal internal components for improved durability
* Late-model and hard-to-find coverage
How to Remove and Replace Your Fuel Pump
Replacing a fuel pump won't look the same for every vehicle, but these basic steps are a good place to start.First, make sure your vehicle doesn't have an access panel that will allow you to access the pump without removing the tank. We'll show you what to do if you do need to drop the tank.We always put safety first, so make sure you're thorough and careful. Don't forget to wear safety glasses and gloves. Give yourself room to work and have cleanup materials ready to clean any spills immediately. Work in a well-ventilated area away from an open flame or anything that could cause a spark or ignite fuel, such as pilot lights and incandescent light bulbs. Make sure you have a fire extinguisher on hand. Don't smoke, either. Always relieve fuel pressure prior to opening fuel systems because releasing fuel under pressure can cause fire and injury. Store fuel in an approved container like a gas caddy or gas can.
* First, you'll need to lift the vehicle so you can remove the tank. If there's gas in the tank, you'll have to drain it into an approved container first.
* Next, remove the clamps from the fill lines and then remove the fill lines as you prepare to drop the gas tank. You can use a rag to avoid getting dirt in the tank. Make sure to support the tank as you remove the straps and carefully lower the gas tank.
* Next, you'll need to disconnect the wire connectors and fuel lines that connect to the module. Clean the top of the tank, and then remove the pump retaining ring.
* Remove the pump assembly so you can replace it with a brand-new part. Keep in mind that some fuel pumps require parts to be transferred from the old unit.
* And then you just need to reverse the procedure. Get the pump installed and the pump retaining ring back in place and raise the tank close to the vehicle so you can reconnect the wire connectors and fuel lines. Reconnect the straps and fill lines with the tank properly positioned. Partially fill the tank and run the vehicle so that you can inspect for any leaks.
And you've done it. Just be careful and follow safety precautions and you can be back on the road in no time. Don't forget to replace the fuel filter as well so that your new pump will run smoothly.