2003 Chevrolet Impala Fuel Pump
To produce the power you need to drive your car, your Chevrolet Impala 2003 fuel pump keeps a steady stream of gasoline at the engine whenever it's running. The electric pump is submerged in the fuel tank, so it needs to be reliable. If the fuel pump isn't working quite right, it'll need to be changed immediately or you could break down. Luckily, a new fuel pump is affordable and in good supply at AutoZone.
Symptoms of a Bad Fuel Pump
A fuel pump should last for at least five years, and probably many years more. But if your fuel pump it isn't working like it should, you may need to change it sooner. Symptoms of a bad fuel pump can include long cranking times, starting and installing, lack of acceleration, stumbling, or your Impala may not start at all.
How to Replace Your Own 2003 Chevrolet Impala Fuel Pump
In only a few hours, you can change your Chevy Impala fuel pump with a new one from popular brands like Delphi and AC Delco. Locate the access panel in the trunk under the mat, behind the rear seat. Remove those nuts and unplug the wiring to the fuel pump underneath it. Remove the fuel pump nut and lift the fuel pump itself out. Install your new parts and reassemble in the reverse order.
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