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Old 08-11-2005, 09:26 PM   #31
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Since I couldn't find a junk yard sender I bit the bullet and bought a new one. I first ordered a 95 replacement from Advance. When it came in, I compared it to the 97. There were several differences so I asked them to order a 94. I picked it up this afternoon and it looks like it will do the trick. It goes in this weekend and not a moment too soon. The car nearly shut down as I was enjoying a WOT moment for lack of fuel.

Don, does your fuel pump have two studs that serve as the electrical connection or is there a plastic plug-in connector? The 95 had the stud type connection and didn't have the bottom support for the pump. I don't know if the right part was ordered in the first place or not.
My 95 had the plastic plug in connector, and the bottom support for the pump..


My 95 has a Dec 94 build date... I believe that the 94 used the exact same pump assembly...

They must have ordered the wrong part for you...

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I think you're right.
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Let us know how it works for you...

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Do you still need more pics?

I have a brand new AC Delco Sender and Pump sitting on my bench. Tomorrow'* the install day for those parts!
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Vital...please do.. thanks
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