Your 2008 Chevy Impala fuel pump has the important task of moving fuel from the gas tank to your engine bay. If it begins to fail, you could have reduced engine efficiency or a car that won't start, so it's important to be aware of the signs of a bad fuel pump. AutoZone can assist you with Trustworthy Advice and guidance to select the parts you'll need to keep your Impala running smoothly.
How Does a Fuel Pump Work?
The fuel pump is a core part of your 2008 Chevrolet Impala fuel delivery
system. It works with a group of hoses, sensors, and relays to take fuel from your gas tank, pressurize it, and bring it to the engine where it is used in combustion. You can expect a fuel pressure of about 55-60psi if your fuel pump is operating within specifications.
Symptoms of a Failing Fuel Pump
If you don't have the specialized tools needed to test the pressure coming from your fuel pump, you can still look for a few warning signs that this 2008 Chevrolet Impala external engine
part is beginning to fail. An engine that stalls right after startup or while driving can be a sign that the fuel pump is failing, and a surging or sputtering engine during acceleration or cruising can also point to the fuel pump. Also listen for a loud whining noise coming from the area of the fuel tank.
2008 Chevrolet Impala Fuel Pump Replacement Cost
When it is time to replace your fuel pump, 2008 Chevrolet Impala cars have great part selection at AutoZone. You can expect to pay between $235 and $430 for a new fuel pump depending on the part grade, warranty coverage, and if there are other parts included in the package. Filter your part search by year, make, model, and engine size for your vehicle, and choose the most convenient option for you including Same-Day In-Store or Curbside Pickup, or Free Next-Day Delivery.