Question about 1998 Chevrolet Lumina
My friend has a 97' lumina had same problem...it was the fuel pump..most gargages charged about $400 for the part..however we found it online at autopartswharehouse.com for around $200..alot cheaper, but then had to pay $150 for labor...so it ended up costing $350 but still cheaper...i think you have to drop the gas tank to get to the pump...from what i understand a pain in the ***.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
Usually it is easier to lift the rear of the vehicle and put it up on stands and drop the tank from underneath then cut the hole in the body i would never recommend doing that.
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