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Your Volkswagen Beetle is a sleek and stylish head-turner that's fun to look at and even more fun to drive. Keep your Volkswagen running its best with a new Volkswagen Beetle fuel pump from AutoZone. Hesitation on the start and decreased fuel mileage are good indications that a new fuel pump is needed, and we've got you covered when it's time for a replacement.

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  • Part Number: CFG1273
  • Application: Engine code "CPLA"
  • Notes: Module assembly
    Strainer is inside the module assembly.
  • Part Number: CFG1403
  • Application: Engine code "CPPA"
  • Notes: Module assembly
    External strainer
  • Part Number: AMF0072
  • Notes: Mechanical
    With alternator. Available until stock is depleted
  • Part Number: CFG1399
  • Notes: Module assembly
    Strainer is inside the module assembly.
  • Part Number: AMF0075
  • Notes: Mechanical
  • Part Number: CFG0416
  • Notes: Module assembly
    Plastic tank; Plastic tank without tank Protective Coating; Without Fuel Level Sender; External Strainer
  • Part Number: DFG1079
  • Notes: Module assembly
    Plastic tank; With 4.8" (122mm) Outer Diameter Flange; With Changed tank Protective Coating; External Strainer
  • Part Number: CFG1186
  • Notes: Module assembly
    Strainer is inside the module assembly.
  • Part Number: CHM10011
  • Notes: Direct injection high pressure fuel pump.
  • Part Number: CFD0037
  • Notes: Electric
    With alternator.
  • Part Number: CFE0023
  • Notes: Electric
    In-Line. Fuel Strainer is not included in kit
  • Part Number: CFG1906
  • Notes: Module assembly
    Metal tank; Strainer is inside the module assembly
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If your Beetle is experiencing a lag in acceleration or simply doesn't start, it's a sign that you should check for a faulty fuel pump. Beetle fuel pumps carry fuel from the tank to the engine and without it, your engine doesn't get enough gas. Fortunately, AutoZone makes a fuel pump replacement for your Volkswagen Beetle easy with Same Day Store Pickup when you shop online with us. You can also visit your local store and benefit from a free engine diagnostic test to optimize your Beetle's performance, as well as free battery charging.

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