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I have a 98 camaro im trying to change my fuel pump but having some trouble finding one used, is there any other model car that uses the same pump besides a firebird?

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    Dave C May 11, 2010

    A fuel pump is one those things you should just get new. The used ones will be worn out as well and it's just such a pain to have to pull it out again.

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No theres nothing else

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