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ACDelco Fuel Pump EP386
  • Part # EP386
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Notes: Electric, 13.2 gallon or 20 gallon tank. Has RFI filter and connector to adapt old terminal to new terminal on pump. FP51 connector included in package. Strainer not included. GM original equipment
ACDelco Fuel Pump MU1816
  • Part # MU1816
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Application: Without California emission, Cutaway van
Notes: 2 doors. Fuel pump and sender assembly. 208l/55 gallon tank (NE7). (NF2). Code GFJ
ACDelco Fuel Pump MU1977
  • Part # MU1977
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Notes: 4 doors. Crew cab. 153.7" wheelbase. Fuel pump and sender assembly. Includes level sensor
ACDelco Fuel Pump MU1797
  • Part # MU1797
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Application: With 112" wheelbase
Notes: Fuel Pump and Sender Assembly.
ACDelco Fuel Pump MU1578
  • Part # MU1578
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Notes: Electric, With combination 25 gallon right hand and 50 gallon left hand rectangular steel step tanks, 38 gallon dual rectangular steel step tank, 53 gallon dual rectangular steel step tank, in line pump
ACDelco Fuel Pump 41216
  • Part # 41216
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Notes: Mechanical, 3 Line pump. GM original equipment
ACDelco Fuel Pump EP474
  • Part # EP474
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Notes: Electric, Strainer required to validate the warranty. With Asian pump. Professional
ACDelco Fuel Pump MU1414
  • Part # MU1414
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Application: 2 door model
Notes: Module assembly. Robust fuel system sender (K53). GM original equipment
ACDelco Fuel Pump MU1606
  • Part # MU1606
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Notes: Assembly. GM original equipment. Crew cab pickup. 134" wheelbase. Includes level sensor.
ACDelco Fuel Pump MU2123
  • Part # MU2123
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Notes: Fuel pump and sender assembly. E10 gasoline fuel type. Tier 2 Federal emissions (NT7). Bin 4 California emissions (NU5). Except evaporative system level 3 emissions (NE8). Includes level sensor
ACDelco Fuel Pump EP309
  • Part # EP309
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Notes: Electric, Frame mounted
ACDelco Fuel Pump MU2126
  • Part # MU2126
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Notes: Fuel pump and sender assembly. E85 gasoline vehicle fuel. Tier 2 Federal emissions (NT7). Primary. Includes level sensor
ACDelco Fuel Pump 40727
  • Part # 40727
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Notes: Mechanical pump, High performance. With 375 horsepower engine
ACDelco Fuel Pump EP42S
  • Part # EP42S
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Notes: Electric, May be used as replacement for 3 line mechanical fuel pump. GM original equipment
ACDelco Fuel Pump MU1278
  • Part # MU1278
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Notes: Fuel Pump and Sender Assembly.
ACDelco Fuel Pump MU1772
  • Part # MU1772
  • Warranty: 
Application: 4 door model
Notes: Assembly, GM original equipment. Code SFG, SFU. Except robust fuel system sender(K53), low lubricity fuel system sender(K55).
ACDelco Fuel Pump MU1627
  • Part # MU1627
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Notes: Assembly, SS model. Includes level sensor. GM original equipment
ACDelco Fuel Pump EP378
  • Part # EP378
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Notes: Electric, Code EPC, EPJ, ZEB. Requires strainer 25121637, code EPL, In tank
ACDelco Fuel Pump MU1817
  • Part # MU1817
  • Warranty: 
Notes: 2 doors. Cutaway van. Fuel pump and sender assembly. California emission. Tier 1 (NB6). 208l/55 gallon tank (NE7)


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