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For the engine to run, an appropriate amount of fuel must be pumped from the fuel tank. It is the job of the fuel pump to ensure that enough fuel is being supplied to the engine. An electric fuel pump is electrically powered to draw fuel from the fuel tank then sends it to the fuel injector or the carburetor. A faulty fuel pump does not only disrupt the engine but is also hazardous. Too much fuel pumped will affect fuel efficiency and cause fuel combustion to become more difficult. Auto Parts Network provides only the best quality fuel pumps for your vehicle. Hide
|2003 - Volvo C70||In-Tank|
|Vehicle||Cylinder Head Type||Block||Engine||CID||CC|
|2003 - Chrysler Sebring||SOHC||L||4 Cyl 2.4L||-||2351|
|2003 - Dodge Stratus||SOHC||L||4 Cyl 2.4L||-||2351|
|2003 - Mitsubishi Eclipse||L||4 Cyl 2.4L||-||2351|
|2003 - Mitsubishi Galant||L||4 Cyl 2.4L||-||2351|
|2003 - Suzuki Grand Vitara|
|2003 - Suzuki Vitara|
|2003 - Mazda Protege||In-Tank|
|2003 - Mazda Protege5||In-Tank|
|2003 - Mercedes-Benz SL500|
|2003 - Mercedes-Benz S430|
|2003 - Mercedes-Benz S500|
|2003 - Mercedes-Benz CL500|
|2003 - Nissan Frontier||V||6 Cyl 3.3L||-||3275|
|2003 - Nissan Xterra|
|2003 - Infiniti QX4|
|2003 - Nissan Pathfinder|
|2003 - Subaru Outback||H||6 Cyl 3.0L||-||3000|