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Old 10-04-2005, 10:22 PM
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anybody got the part number? I've run out the clock and I have to buy it from the (yuck!) dealer!
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Just did this job on my car two months ago or so... Here are the numbers I have from when I did the job:

Pump: 88962472 $262.41
Sender: 25180048 $103.28
Strainer: 88963067 $9.06

Bought everything from a wholesale AC Delco supply house in Flint!
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A lot of pumps come with strainers.
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Originally Posted by jwikoff99
A lot of pumps come with strainers.
The AC Delco ones from GM don't. I thought that it would have too. Sadly, they don't.
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My AC Delco pump did. The seperate strainer I ordered would fit my original pump, but not the replacement pump.
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Originally Posted by jwikoff99
My AC Delco pump did. The seperate strainer I ordered would fit my original pump, but not the replacement pump.
Hmmm.. Interesting. I know the ones for the 1999 model did not come with the strainer. GM SPO must have changed it somewhere along the line.
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For what it'* worth, I did all of this on my 94 SSE last winter and my GM part did not come with a strainer either. I had to order it seperate later.
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Maybe I just got the mystery box?
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