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Chevy Fuel Pump Assembly

Whether you drive a Camaro, a Silverado or a Cruze, your Chevy is a true American classic. The style and dependability that a Chevrolet offers makes it one of the most popular automotive brands around the globe. But there are a few things that can put a real dent in your driving pleasure, like a faulty fuel pump. When this happens, you’ll have to replace the fuel pump of your beloved Chevy as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary frustration and to get you back on the road.

A defective Chevy fuel pump can cause a stalling condition or even leave you with no engine start, which could really leave you stranded. If this happens, you’ll likely need to do a Chevy fuel pump assembly replacement, or at least have your mechanic handle the heavy lifting. Replacing the fuel pump is not always easy, as some models have the pump mounted to the tank and it needs to be replaced as a unit. Remember, the less gas in the tank the easier it is to deal with. Luckily, the replacement parts are not expensive when you get them from us.

There can be many reasons for your Chevy fuel pump failing. The original Chevy pump motor has a life expectancy of about 15-20 years. However, running the vehicle out of fuel, will run the pump dry and that can significantly shorten the lifespan of the pump. It will also reduce the operating pressure considerably – all aspects that contribute to the failure of the unit.

Also keep in mind that with any non-diesel Chevy model, gasoline is a petroleum product and lubricates the inside of the fuel pump, impeller and other moving parts. The more you run the vehicle low on fuel, the more damage it will cause to the inside, and the pump might fail quicker. How you handle your fuel pump and the system in general will determine the life expectancy of the unit and how regularly you will need to do a Chevy fuel pump replacement.

When you need to buy a Chevy fuel pump, you need to make sure that you buy the right part, which is why we have a search feature to ensure you find what you are looking for. Remember that there are two types of fuel pumps: electric and mechanical. Electric pumps generate positive electrical pressure and pump fuel into the combustion engine, while mechanical pumps have a flexible diaphragm to increase or decrease the pump chamber's volume. With our low prices and quality workmanship, finding a Chevy fuel pump will be easy.