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Old 07-07-2011, 06:47 PM
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Fuel Pump Module replacement question

As with many of the GM 360 platform's trucks, my fuel level sensor has now failed and needs replacing. I'm debating on replacing the entire module vs just the fuel sending sensor. If I purchase the entire module, does anyone recommend a supplier? I've found a delphi unit (FG0515) for around $207 on amazon and a Airtex unit (E3707M) for around $172 at Partsgeek. Anyone have a preference as I've read very poor reviews on the Airtex pump. Also, is it worth coughing up the extra 100-150 dollars for the entire module vs just replacing the fuel level sensor (ACDelco SK1158) at $58?
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fuel pump removel

dropped tank but cant get fuel pump out of tank help
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Search the forum for "fuel pump replacement" and you see some good step by step guides on how to do it. Just did mine 2 days ago and followed the advice of other members down to a tee. You don't need to buy any special pump removal tool. A hammer and well taped screwdriver does the trick. If you have specific questions, ask as members are very helpful.
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Old 07-16-2011, 12:21 AM
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I just cant seem to get pump out of tank .the pumps to big for the hole .any ideas? thanks for answering ..
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