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My Tahoe's vin # begins with an I and I have a fuel pump for a Z. Will this fuel pump work, or do I have to buy another fuel pump?

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IT MIGHT WORK BUT NOT PROPERLY.THERES A REASON THAT THEY UPDATED THAT PUMP.DONT WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY PUTTING IN THE WRONG PUMP.THE COMPUTER WILL KNOW AND WHATEVER THE REASON FOR THE UPDATE WILL BE RIGHT THERE.IT IS THE WRONG PART!

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