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2001 corolla 160i recommended aftermarket fuel pump and psi for the pump

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Hello, not sure if I understand, the pumps are available at almost all auto parts stores for around $30, that's the pump only and you will have to remove the old pump from the assembly in the tank, fuel pressure should be about 45 PSI regulated.

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