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Old 08-16-2005, 10:44 AM   #1
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Looking for a cheap fuel and oil sending unit, does anyone have any suggestions?
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Only to call around the local places and search on the internet...

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places like that. Be careful of getting one too cheap. You may get what you paid for and have to pull the tank more than once.
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You do not have to pull the tank in '00+ to remove the pump or sending unit. You just have to remove the carpet from the trunk and a small access panel. It really is a quick job, but I wouldn't want to do it more than once in short order. I would have to agree that you would want to go with genuine AC Delco parts as BillBoost37 has mentioned. And GMPartsDirect.com is the cheapest AC Delco source.
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They gave ya a secret door. Awesome!
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check ebay, there was a feul pump and sending unit on there last week i believe, it might still be available...
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