GM OE Fuel Pumps
When you need outstanding fuel delivery, easy installation and proper fit, you need GM Original Equipment Fuel Pumps – the ideal replacement for virtually any GM vehicle on the road today. Manufactured in ISO-9001 and QS-9000 registered facilities, quality is assured – and backed by 12-month/20,000km warranty coverage. When you need a high-quality fuel pump, a Modular Reservoir Assembly or fuel pump components, such as fuel level sending units, sensor kits, connectors, strainers seals or retainers, rely on ACDelco – and keep your GM vehicle all GM!
Features & Benefits
- Hybrid Modular Reservoir Assembly (MRA)(Part does not refer to hybrid vehicles)
- Fits multiple applications.
- Latest fuel level sensor design eliminates failures due to worn fingers on sensor wiper arm, sulfur contamination, wire wound sensors and lead sensor kits.
- Improved electrical connections that eliminate below-cover burning due to vehicle vibration over previous designs.
- Improved pump design to increase pump life and reduce pump noise over previous designs.
- Pump changed from a roller vane design to a gerotor design.
- The ACDelco fuel pump line includes: electric (in-line and in-tank), modular assemblies and mechanical pump.
- Fuel pump components include fuel level sending units, sensor kits, connectors, pulsators, strainers, seals and retainers
- Every part in ACDelco's fuel pump line is covered by ACDelco's 12-month/20,000km limited warranty.
Located in the fuel line or inside the fuel tank, the fuel pump delivers/transfers fuel from the fuel tank to the fuel injectors or carburetor.
SIGNS OF WEAR:
Poor engine starting characteristics, slow response when accelerating, intermittent power loss, excessive noise and vibration while driving.
WHAT IT DOES:
The Fuel and Engine Management System supplies the proper mixture of air and gasoline to the engine while reducing harmful fuel vapors and exhaust pollutants.
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE:
Make a service appointment if your vehicle shows any of the following symptoms:
- Illumination of the "Service Engine Soon" light
- Improper engine idling, hesitation or stalling
- Excessive exhaust smoke
- Abnormal engine noises
- Noticeable fuel odours