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Old 10-17-2006, 05:05 PM   #1
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I have 206 on the orignal pump with 45 psi ? Am I on borrowed time ??
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Mine lasted to 220K
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Not sure how long a FP lasts, but mine is still going. For how long, I dont know, but I have a brand new one sitting in CT waiting to be put in along with a sender and Tank . Rather be safe than Sorry
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how many miles do you have on it ?? How much is a new pump for a 98 Bonnie ? Do you need the sender too ??
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how many miles do you have on it ?? How much is a new pump for a 98 Bonnie ? Do you need the sender too ??
I have almost 187K. you dont need the sender, but I have a gas leak that I suspect is the sender (Leaking from top of tank)

The cost of the pump is around $130 or so at Advanced Autoparts or Autozone.
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Get an OEM pump motor unless you want to hear your pump everytime you drive.
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what year is yours ? I heard that the 98'* have a module ? and they cost 300.00 ? Bill told me they are not bad to chg. Sue wish we had the access panel like the newer ones
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212K here and still strong...
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what year is yours ? I heard that the 98'* have a module ? and they cost 300.00 ? Bill told me they are not bad to chg. Sue wish we had the access panel like the newer ones
Mines a 94. I dont know much more about any other year since I have only owned mine since Feb 06 and dont get close enough to other years to find out the differences.

Not sure about the module, but im sure someone who does know will chime in soon.
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CVC..the fuel pump isn't hard to change. There'* no need to worry about the fuel pump module (electronics inside car) unless they go bad and stop working.
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