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2001 silverado 2500HD 6.0L 4-WD ext. cab long bed...replace fuel

Need to replace fuel pump 180,000m...everyone says to go back with GM pump...is that the only way to go? It's expensive, but I want it to last.

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About 345 dollars but i work on cars for a living and i put napa pumps in in less then a year on gm trucks the pump would be out again. so please use dealer pump because the pain isn't worth the price difference !!!!!!!!!

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