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    Default What are book hours and retail cost of fuel pump?

    2002 Suburban 5.3 gas motor 1500 model.

    Here is the video.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9z2jA9UIf8

    Do you guys know how many hours a dealer charges for this & retail cost of the pump? Try to figure out how much $$ I saved.



    I put in an Airtex. Guy on YT says he got 2 years out of his. My original went 105k miles.
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    I found about 3.3 hrs and about $666.00 for the ACDelco module assembly which includes the fuel sender.
    20+ years ASE and Honda Master Tech

    1998 black 6 spd convertible

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    So (Socal) $125x3.3+ 1.08(tax)x $666.+ some BS Kali recycle/disposal fee = about $1150. out the door.

    Cost me about $100. for the part on Amazon.

    Working good on a couple of tanks of gas.

    Hope I don't have to do the c5 though.



    Thanks LLC5!
    2004 Z06/Z16 Stock motor, very modified suspension

    1996 Black/gray LT4 Coupe (sold)

    2007 328i (traded), 2004 IS300, 1995 M3 (sold), Chevy & Ford & Lexus SUV's.

    '06,'09,'10,'11,'12,'13,'16 SCCA Regional Solo Champion

    Visit my DIY video channel for tips. Click below.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/1947froggy?feature=guide

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    HI there,

    A critical part that is not mentioned in anything here is that when a dealership installs the fuel pump module, per Certified Service standards, you have a lifetime warranty on the part that is installed. After one year, the customer has to pay for labor.

    Allthebest, Paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by c4c5specialist View Post
    HI there,

    A critical part that is not mentioned in anything here is that when a dealership installs the fuel pump module, per Certified Service standards, you have a lifetime warranty on the part that is installed. After one year, the customer has to pay for labor.

    Allthebest, Paul
    Thanks Paul & good info.

    Ran the car hard up the freeway to deliver a full load of household goods to my daughter's new place in OC. Removed the 3rd row seat & folded down the 2nd row, lot's of cubic feet in this buggy. So maybe 1500 lbs of stuff & 2 adult males, from 85 mph to stop/go & running great. Got there & had a bad clack/knock noise under the hood. Dry/worn tensioner on the serp belt best I can tell. So that's next on my 105k 02 sub.

    Fun keeping a good vehicle running when you hit 100k. I'll post a vid for you all.

    2004 Z06/Z16 Stock motor, very modified suspension

    1996 Black/gray LT4 Coupe (sold)

    2007 328i (traded), 2004 IS300, 1995 M3 (sold), Chevy & Ford & Lexus SUV's.

    '06,'09,'10,'11,'12,'13,'16 SCCA Regional Solo Champion

    Visit my DIY video channel for tips. Click below.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/1947froggy?feature=guide

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