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THERE IS A TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETIN FOR THAT DTC JUST REPLACE THE FUEL SENDING UNIT ONLY NOT THE WHOLE FUEL PUMP REMEMBER TO REPLACE THE GASKET ALSO IF NOT YOU WILL HAVE SOME EVAP CODE

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