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How much does a fuel pump cost for 1995 park avenue?

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They do vary in price at Buick dealerships so I would call around. You can pay a few hundred to more than seven hundred. All dealers have there own pricing structure

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i would check for spark and if you have that check fuel pump pressure should be around 40 psi if not check fuel pump voltage at pump connection if voltage is at battery voltage at connector it is probably yhe pump the pump is located in the fuel tank

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