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Fuel pump problems

I was told I needed a new fuel pump for my 2004 Chevy Blazer and I was looking online to see if I could find a cheap one and they sell fuel pumps and fuel pump assembly's. Whats the difference?

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  • baby_dimp220 May 08, 2009

    Ok, thanks. I have another question now, Are universal feul pumps really universal or should I just find a fuel pump thats made for my truck?

  • baby_dimp220 May 08, 2009

    Why is it that just the fuel pump cost more than the fuel pump assembly?

  • baby_dimp220 May 08, 2009

    Well, I've tried a bunch of the gas treatments and I've already replaced the filter. I have been asking around even people that I know are mechanics. I've been googling fuel pump problems all evening so even though I'm not a mechanic I think it is the fuel pump. They did try to sell me a pump that I know was wayyyy over priced so I got online and started searching for one myself and I found a few that were reasonable. Spectra huh?

  • baby_dimp220 May 08, 2009

    Thanks alot. I think I've done pretty well thus far but I highly doubt I will attempt to install it myself. But thanks, and if I have anymore questions I will be sure to look you up.

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Are you SURE it's the fuel pump that has gone out? Surely it's not a clogged fuel filter and/or a pump relay (fuse) thats causeing the problem? Did the tech. that TOLD you that you needed a fuel pump tell you how he came to that conclusion? I'm skeptical of what these shops are telling the public these days to "sell" the job.
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Some fuel pumps can be purchased and replaced by themselves. Other electric fuel pumps are combined with the fuel tank sending unit, and can only be replaced as a unit. ( as I believe your might be ). More expensiove this way, but thats how cars have become. Lucky you dont't have to buy the whole fuel tank, pump, and sender, as a unit. Hope this helps

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I assume with the pump, you get just the pump & you remove old one etc & salvage module, strainer etc. Complete assy, is all the necessary parts such as module ,strainer & pump already together & ready to drop in. Not 100% sure just pump available for your vehicle, but if $ difference is not too much, I wouldn't go through the aggravation, or take the chance of another component failing that you didn't replace, and have to pull it out again later. Make sure tank is clean inside before doing whatever you decide.

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  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 08, 2009

    Universal usually means more aggravation in 99% of the experiences I have had. 1 size fits all, except yours. ! Ha- sorry, I'd go with the one that is for your vehicle.

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