fuel pump replacement

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millington tn.
Well,It hasn't been my week.First I had overheating issues in my wife's car and now I have a electric fuel pump going out on a 92 s-10 4.3 v6 tbi.4x4.Last one lasted about 2 years.It was from O'reiley's.What should I get to replace it with?I think everyone is gonna say dealer part.Right?I'm just not sure how much a dealer part will cost.
 
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Jun 15, 2003
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ME
If you get just the pump, not the sender, it's not too pricey. On my 94 I had to get a sender (top rusted out) and I reused the original pump. Was real easy to move over. Rockauto shows the original delphi for $74, find a 5% coupon code to help cover the shipping.
 
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FL
Delphi. It's getting ACDelco without the extra price added on. O'Reilly at least used to have Delphi pumps a few years ago, but it will cost much more than $74. Their less expensive pumps were Carter which were decent, but they are Airtex now IIRC which seem to be hit/miss.
 
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Mi
You can get a Delphi pump at your nearest Carquest parts store now.Carquest used to sell Airtex,nothing but problems and lots of returns.Aftermarket fuel pumps are junk and do not last
 
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MI or LA
Delphi doesn't need to be expensive. We have a local auto parts house that carries Delphi for the prices I'm seeing here.
 
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I would get a good used OEM one from a auto wreacker. Get one from a low milage insurance wreck. I paid $75 for a Malibu plastic tank with pump. They told me tank was $60 and $75 with the pump. Got it home and took out $25 worth of good gas...
 
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