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Best Selling Genuine Buick Fuel Pumps

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Airtex
1987 Buick Skyhawk Electric Fuel Pump 4 Cyl 2.0L Airtex

P311-4B3946C    E3902  New

152010 , P74000 , EFP95 , K29007 , 6472421 , P6 , SP85B1H , 6472358 , SP12E1H , SP172A1H , 5CA401 , P60459 , 25115462 , 5CA408 , K27002 , E3902 , SP22B1H , EC902 , 25117506 , P60869 , HP10019 , 6472526 , SP1114 , P27 , P74002 , HP10022 , 6472763 , SP04A1H , SP10F1H , P60470 , 402-P3902 , 6472370 , 25166801 , 951-5017 , 6472377 , 6472311 , P29 , 25115097 , HP10011 , EP386 , SP16C1H , EFP126 , USEP3902 , HP10032 , 6472374 , P88006 , EFP125 , HP10002 , SP123A3H , FE0115 , P60852 , 25168719 , P90018 , SP12N1H , P90004 , K29003 , SP17B1H , P5 , USEP3567 , SP18B1H , K29002 , 69238 , P71 , K29005

Qty:
$25.55
Airtex Electric Fuel Pump
  • Wiring Harness Replacement Recommended; Includes Tank Seal Strainer required to validate the warranty
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Lead, Which Is Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer, And Birth Defects Or Other Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Inlet Count: 1
    • Inlet Type: Strainer
    • Item Grade: Standard Replacement
    • MAXIMUM FREE FLOW RATE (GPH): 35
    • MAXIMUM PRESSURE RATE (PSI): 17
    • MINIMUM FREE FLOW RATE (GPH): 35
    • MINIMUM PRESSURE RATE (PSI): 12
    • Outlet Count: 1
    • Outlet Size: 3/8
    • Outlet Type: Hose Connect
    • Package Contents: Pump & Kit
    • Package Quantity: 1
    • Warranty: Lifetime Limited Warranty
  • Airtex enhanced electric in-tank fuel pumps are 100% quality tested and are designed to deliver quiet operation, industry-leading performance and durability. All Airtex pumps meet or exceed OE specifications in fit, form and function. Quality Airtex in-tank fuel pumps deliver optimum performance while providing long life.
Brand: Airtex
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration Cylinder Head Type Block Engine CID CC
1987 - Buick Skyhawk Naturally Aspirated SOHC L 4 Cyl 2.0L 122 -
Airtex
1988 Buick Century Electric Fuel Pump 4 Cyl 2.5L Airtex

P311-4B3946C    E3902  New

152010 , P74000 , EFP95 , K29007 , 6472421 , P6 , SP85B1H , 6472358 , SP12E1H , SP172A1H , 5CA401 , P60459 , 25115462 , 5CA408 , K27002 , E3902 , SP22B1H , EC902 , 25117506 , P60869 , HP10019 , 6472526 , SP1114 , P27 , P74002 , HP10022 , 6472763 , SP04A1H , SP10F1H , P60470 , 402-P3902 , 6472370 , 25166801 , 951-5017 , 6472377 , 6472311 , P29 , 25115097 , HP10011 , EP386 , SP16C1H , EFP126 , USEP3902 , HP10032 , 6472374 , P88006 , EFP125 , HP10002 , SP123A3H , FE0115 , P60852 , 25168719 , P90018 , SP12N1H , P90004 , K29003 , SP17B1H , P5 , USEP3567 , SP18B1H , K29002 , 69238 , P71 , K29005

Qty:
$25.55
Airtex Electric Fuel Pump
  • w/APH on Wiring Harness, Wiring Harness Replacement Recommended; Includes Tank Seal Strainer required to validate the warranty
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Lead, Which Is Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer, And Birth Defects Or Other Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Inlet Count: 1
    • Inlet Type: Strainer
    • Item Grade: Standard Replacement
    • MAXIMUM FREE FLOW RATE (GPH): 35
    • MAXIMUM PRESSURE RATE (PSI): 17
    • MINIMUM FREE FLOW RATE (GPH): 35
    • MINIMUM PRESSURE RATE (PSI): 12
    • Outlet Count: 1
    • Outlet Size: 3/8
    • Outlet Type: Hose Connect
    • Package Contents: Pump & Kit
    • Package Quantity: 1
    • Warranty: Lifetime Limited Warranty
  • Airtex enhanced electric in-tank fuel pumps are 100% quality tested and are designed to deliver quiet operation, industry-leading performance and durability. All Airtex pumps meet or exceed OE specifications in fit, form and function. Quality Airtex in-tank fuel pumps deliver optimum performance while providing long life.
Brand: Airtex
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1988 - Buick Century L 4 Cyl 2.5L 151 2474
Airtex
1985 Buick Somerset Regal Electric Fuel Pump 4 Cyl 2.5L Airtex

P311-4B3946C    E3902  New

152010 , P74000 , EFP95 , K29007 , 6472421 , P6 , SP85B1H , 6472358 , SP12E1H , SP172A1H , 5CA401 , P60459 , 25115462 , 5CA408 , K27002 , E3902 , SP22B1H , EC902 , 25117506 , P60869 , HP10019 , 6472526 , SP1114 , P27 , P74002 , HP10022 , 6472763 , SP04A1H , SP10F1H , P60470 , 402-P3902 , 6472370 , 25166801 , 951-5017 , 6472377 , 6472311 , P29 , 25115097 , HP10011 , EP386 , SP16C1H , EFP126 , USEP3902 , HP10032 , 6472374 , P88006 , EFP125 , HP10002 , SP123A3H , FE0115 , P60852 , 25168719 , P90018 , SP12N1H , P90004 , K29003 , SP17B1H , P5 , USEP3567 , SP18B1H , K29002 , 69238 , P71 , K29005

Qty:
$25.55
Airtex Electric Fuel Pump
  • Includes Tank Seal Strainer required to validate the warranty
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Lead, Which Is Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer, And Birth Defects Or Other Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Inlet Count: 1
    • Inlet Type: Strainer
    • Item Grade: Standard Replacement
    • MAXIMUM FREE FLOW RATE (GPH): 35
    • MAXIMUM PRESSURE RATE (PSI): 17
    • MINIMUM FREE FLOW RATE (GPH): 35
    • MINIMUM PRESSURE RATE (PSI): 12
    • Outlet Count: 1
    • Outlet Size: 3/8
    • Outlet Type: Hose Connect
    • Package Contents: Pump & Kit
    • Package Quantity: 1
    • Warranty: Lifetime Limited Warranty
  • Airtex enhanced electric in-tank fuel pumps are 100% quality tested and are designed to deliver quiet operation, industry-leading performance and durability. All Airtex pumps meet or exceed OE specifications in fit, form and function. Quality Airtex in-tank fuel pumps deliver optimum performance while providing long life.
Brand: Airtex
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1985 - Buick Somerset Regal L 4 Cyl 2.5L 151 2474
Airtex
1985 Buick Century Electric Fuel Pump 4 Cyl 2.5L Airtex

P311-4B3946C    E3902  New

152010 , P74000 , EFP95 , K29007 , 6472421 , P6 , SP85B1H , 6472358 , SP12E1H , SP172A1H , 5CA401 , P60459 , 25115462 , 5CA408 , K27002 , E3902 , SP22B1H , EC902 , 25117506 , P60869 , HP10019 , 6472526 , SP1114 , P27 , P74002 , HP10022 , 6472763 , SP04A1H , SP10F1H , P60470 , 402-P3902 , 6472370 , 25166801 , 951-5017 , 6472377 , 6472311 , P29 , 25115097 , HP10011 , EP386 , SP16C1H , EFP126 , USEP3902 , HP10032 , 6472374 , P88006 , EFP125 , HP10002 , SP123A3H , FE0115 , P60852 , 25168719 , P90018 , SP12N1H , P90004 , K29003 , SP17B1H , P5 , USEP3567 , SP18B1H , K29002 , 69238 , P71 , K29005

Qty:
$25.55
Airtex Electric Fuel Pump
  • w/Digital Dash; Includes Tank Seal Strainer required to validate the warranty
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Lead, Which Is Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer, And Birth Defects Or Other Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Inlet Count: 1
    • Inlet Type: Strainer
    • Item Grade: Standard Replacement
    • MAXIMUM FREE FLOW RATE (GPH): 35
    • MAXIMUM PRESSURE RATE (PSI): 17
    • MINIMUM FREE FLOW RATE (GPH): 35
    • MINIMUM PRESSURE RATE (PSI): 12
    • Outlet Count: 1
    • Outlet Size: 3/8
    • Outlet Type: Hose Connect
    • Package Contents: Pump & Kit
    • Package Quantity: 1
    • Warranty: Lifetime Limited Warranty
  • Airtex enhanced electric in-tank fuel pumps are 100% quality tested and are designed to deliver quiet operation, industry-leading performance and durability. All Airtex pumps meet or exceed OE specifications in fit, form and function. Quality Airtex in-tank fuel pumps deliver optimum performance while providing long life.
Brand: Airtex
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1985 - Buick Century L 4 Cyl 2.5L 151 2474
Airtex
1996 Buick Roadmaster Electric Fuel Pump - In-Tank 8 Cyl 5.7L Airtex

P311-491D6F2    E3270  New

P74074 , P170E , P171E , SP03F1H , SP112A1H , E3270N , USEP3271 , 951-5002 , SP12N2H , FE0114 , EP381 , SP85B2H , EC270C , SP128B1H , 951-5016 , E3270 , EP261 , HP10031 , HP10024 , 152007 , 25163473 , HP10028 , P134 , SP12S2H , 25116881 , 25117264 , SP123A1H , P74167 , 69226 , HP10025 , SP18C1H , SP1115 , P90005 , EFP270 , 69225 , FE0111 , EFP3270 , EP376 , 25116853 , SP127B1H , HP10014 , P131 , EFP271 , HP10003 , 402-P3270 , USEP3270 , 25163464 , 25116458 , SP128C1H , EC270

Qty:
$41.40
Airtex Electric Fuel Pump  In-Tank
  • ; Includes Two Tank Seals, Hose, Rubber Sleeve and Clamps
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Lead, Which Is Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer, And Birth Defects Or Other Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Inlet Count: 1
    • Inlet Type: Strainer
    • Item Grade: Standard Replacement
    • MAXIMUM FREE FLOW RATE (GPH): 60
    • MAXIMUM PRESSURE RATE (PSI): 90
    • MINIMUM FREE FLOW RATE (GPH): 50
    • MINIMUM PRESSURE RATE (PSI): 80
    • Outlet Count: 1
    • Outlet Size: 5/16
    • Outlet Type: Hose Connect
    • Package Contents: Pump & Kit
    • Package Quantity: 1
    • Warranty: Lifetime Limited Warranty
  • Airtex enhanced electric in-tank fuel pumps are 100% quality tested and are designed to deliver quiet operation, industry-leading performance and durability. All Airtex pumps meet or exceed OE specifications in fit, form and function. Quality Airtex in-tank fuel pumps deliver optimum performance while providing long life.
Brand: Airtex
Position: In-Tank
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Buick Roadmaster In-Tank V 8 Cyl 5.7L 350 -
Airtex
1966 Buick Riviera Electric Fuel Pump - In-Line 8 Cyl 7.0L Airtex

P311-2900B4F    E8012S  New

EP12S , P60430DP , USEP8012SP , USEP8012S , EFP18 , 152065 , 402-P8012S , EH012S , E8012S , FD0002 , 6472381 , EP12B , SP8012 , P60430 , EP20S , EP4000S

Qty:
$41.02
Airtex Electric Fuel Pump  In-Line
  • ; 5/16 In. Hose May be used as Mechanical Pump replacement Includes Bracket, Clamps, Connectors Bracket, Wiring Harness, Fuel Hose
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Lead, Which Is Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer, And Birth Defects Or Other Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Inlet Count: 1
    • Inlet Type: Strainer
    • Item Grade: Standard Replacement
    • MAXIMUM FREE FLOW RATE (GPH): 30
    • MAXIMUM PRESSURE RATE (PSI): 9
    • MINIMUM FREE FLOW RATE (GPH): 30
    • MINIMUM PRESSURE RATE (PSI): 5
    • Outlet Count: 1
    • Outlet Size: 5/16
    • Outlet Type: Hose Bead
    • Package Contents: Pump & Kit
    • Package Quantity: 1
    • Warranty: Lifetime Limited Warranty
  • Airtex enhanced universal electric fuel pumps are 100% quality tested and are designed to deliver quiet operation, industry-leading performance and durability. All Airtex pumps meet or exceed OE specifications in fit, form and function. Every single pump is 100% tested throughout the entire manufacturing process for worry free, out of the box performance.
Brand: Airtex
Position: In-Line
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Position Block Engine CID CC
1966 - Buick Riviera Base In-Line V 8 Cyl 7.0L 425 6966
Delphi
1986 Buick Regal Electric Fuel Pump - In-Tank 6 Cyl 3.8L Delphi

P311-0A3A9A9    FE0115  New

EP256 , 25115057 , EP386 , SP1153 , P60459 , 6472311 , 25028889 , P74002 , 69220 , 69225 , E3902 , 69224 , P74000 , 25115951 , P88006 , SP1376 , P60567 , 25115981 , EP242 , E3268 , EP212 , 6472011 , EP194 , E16129 , SP23A2H , EP76 , P29 , 25116285 , E16007 , E3625S , E3270 , 6472526 , 6471959 , EFP256 , SP1164 , EFP126 , P74051 , AFS0800S , AFS0219P , P60292 , E18001 , E3649S , 5CA401 , E8224 , 25116286 , 3517714-0 , 25166716 , 951-5005 , E3624S , 6472374 , SP22B1H , 6472248 , 6472232 , P60464 , 69237 , E219662 , 25116281 , CFE0115 , E16313 , 5211001 , 25116280 , E3210 , 6472377 , RE0208P , 951-5002 , 6472009 , 6472370 , EFP162 , 25115462 , 6472010 , E3621S , P90015 , RE0219P , EFP267 , 25116164 , EFP194 , P35 , 951-5017 , P74008 , 25117505 , MPE16029 , RE0220P , P60400 , E3212 , P42 , EP267 , AFS1057P , EP173 , AFS0220P , RE0381P , RE1057P , E2485 , RE0204P , 25117506 , 25116562 , 25115463 , 25166801 , 25168719 , AFS0204P , E16035 , 6472421 , EFP11 , 25116279 , P60293 , E3901 , 25166717 , EP330 , SP1147 , SP1114 , P60288 , P74009 , P60869 , 25115097 , 69236 , 25166252 , EP97 , E16192 , E16038 , 1AMFP00035 , EP255 , P74037 , P60470 , EFP173 , E3070 , P60401 , P60294 , SP1156 , P60852 , P72207 , AFS0208P , 6472763 , MPE16007 , 25115764 , EFP255 , 69238 , E3240 , 6472358 , P60407 , EP207

Qty:
$47.54
Delphi Electric Fuel Pump  In-Tank
  • Electric Fuel Pump
  • ; Fuel tank contamination is the leading cause of premature fuel pump failure. To reduce risk of contaminating the replacement pump, Delphi recommends cleaning the fuel tank before installing a new pump. Use of fuel tank cleaning kit FC01 is recommended.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Average Current Draw: 6
    • Average Flow Rating: 28
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Lead, Which Is Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer And Birth Defects Or Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
    • Fuel Type: Gas
    • Inlet Type: Strainer
    • Item Grade: Standard Replacement
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 0.313
    • Outlet Type: Hose Bead
    • Package Contents: Electric Fuel Pump, Isolator, Torque Limiting Isolator, Hose Piece, (2) Hose Clamps, 2-wire Harness W/connector Assembly, (2) Splices, (2) Seals, Wire Harness Instruction Sheet, Instruction Sheet
    • Strainer Included: No
    • System Pressure: 12 Psi
    • Terminal Quantity: 2
    • Terminal Type: Blade
    • Voltage: 14
    • Wiring Harness Included: Yes
  • 100 years of OE experience, supplier to the world's top automakers, OE Heritage and knowledge built into every aftermarket part, comprehensive portfolio for a wide range of vehicles and model years.
Brand: Delphi
Position: In-Tank
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1986 - Buick Regal In-Tank V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3800
Delphi
1996 Buick Roadmaster Electric Fuel Pump - In-Tank Delphi

P311-25DF2EB    FE0114  New

69226 , P90005 , P134 , 69225 , SP1151 , E3933 , P74167 , E3625S , EP270 , 19180455 , 25117454 , E3270 , AFS0786S , CFE0114 , EP376 , MPE16008 , EP306 , 1AMFP00011 , EP381 , 19111391 , 25116881 , 25163473 , P74037 , RE0209P , 25029911 , 19111404 , RE0381P , E3210 , 5211002 , 25117264 , 951-5016 , 25028327 , E3622S , 19111414 , 25116853 , SP1115 , AFS0209P , E219657 , P96112E , 25164429 , SP128C1H , 25163464 , P74074 , 951-5002 , E16008 , EFP270 , RE0202P

Qty:
$67.24
Delphi Electric Fuel Pump  In-Tank
  • Electric Fuel Pump
  • ; Fuel tank contamination is the leading cause of premature fuel pump failure. To reduce risk of contaminating the replacement pump, Delphi recommends cleaning the fuel tank before installing a new pump. Use of fuel tank cleaning kit FC01 is recommended.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Average Current Draw: 5
    • Average Flow Rating: 35
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Lead, Which Is Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer And Birth Defects Or Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
    • Fuel Type: Gas
    • Inlet Type: Strainer
    • Item Grade: Standard Replacement
    • Maximum Pressure: 85.0
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 0.313
    • Outlet Type: Hose Bead
    • Package Contents: Electric Fuel Pump, Isolator, Hose Piece, (2) Seals, (2) Hose Clips, Insulating Sleeve, Instruction Sheet
    • Strainer Included: No
    • System Pressure: 62 Psi
    • Terminal Quantity: 2
    • Terminal Type: Pin
    • Voltage: 14
    • Wiring Harness Included: No
  • 100 years of OE experience, supplier to the world's top automakers, OE Heritage and knowledge built into every aftermarket part, comprehensive portfolio for a wide range of vehicles and model years.
Brand: Delphi
Position: In-Tank
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1996 - Buick Roadmaster In-Tank
ACDelco
1986 Buick Riviera Electric Fuel Pump ACDelco

P311-2541555    W0133-1611441  New

Qty:
$124.45
ACDelco Electric Fuel Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM OE Lifetime Warranty
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1986 - Buick Riviera
ACDelco
1989 Buick LeSabre Electric Fuel Pump 6 Cyl 3.8L ACDelco

P311-2541555    W0133-1611441  New

Qty:
$124.45
ACDelco Electric Fuel Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM OE Lifetime Warranty
  • ; with HEL Stamped on Fuel Pump Harness
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1989 - Buick LeSabre V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3800
ACDelco
1988 Buick Century Electric Fuel Pump 6 Cyl 3.8L ACDelco

P311-2541555    W0133-1611441  New

Qty:
$124.45
ACDelco Electric Fuel Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM OE Lifetime Warranty
  • ; with 2 Pin Connection
    (Stamped EP240)
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Body Block Engine CID CC
1988 - Buick Century Custom Coupe V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3800
ACDelco
1994 Buick Commercial Chassis Electric Fuel Pump ACDelco

P311-04CA006    W0133-1609166  New

Qty:
$190.40
ACDelco Electric Fuel Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM OE Lifetime Warranty
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1994 - Buick Commercial Chassis
Delphi
1992 Buick Regal Electric Fuel Pump Delphi

P311-1C6A123    W0133-1611915  New

Qty:
$131.66
Delphi Electric Fuel Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Lifetime Warranty
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1992 - Buick Regal
ACDelco
1993 Buick Regal Electric Fuel Pump ACDelco

P311-2F4A32F    W0133-1611915  New

Qty:
$139.01
ACDelco Electric Fuel Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM OE Lifetime Warranty
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1993 - Buick Regal
Delphi
1988 Buick Century Electric Fuel Pump 6 Cyl 3.8L Delphi

P311-1C6A123    W0133-1611915  New

Qty:
$131.66
Delphi Electric Fuel Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • ; with 3 Pin Connection
    (Stamped Ep378)
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Body Block Engine CID CC
1988 - Buick Century Custom Coupe V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3800
ACDelco
1988 Buick Century Electric Fuel Pump 6 Cyl 3.8L ACDelco

P311-2F4A32F    W0133-1611915  New

Qty:
$139.01
ACDelco Electric Fuel Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM OE Lifetime Warranty
  • ; with 3 Pin Connection
    (Stamped Ep378)
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Body Block Engine CID CC
1988 - Buick Century Custom Sedan V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3800
Delphi
1985 Buick Somerset Regal Electric Fuel Pump 4 Cyl 2.5L Delphi

P311-23AA41B    W0133-1618923  New

Qty:
$98.23
Delphi Electric Fuel Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Lifetime Warranty
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1985 - Buick Somerset Regal L 4 Cyl 2.5L 151 2474
Delphi
1988 Buick Century Electric Fuel Pump 4 Cyl 2.5L Delphi

P311-23AA41B    W0133-1618923  New

Qty:
$98.23
Delphi Electric Fuel Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • ; with APH Stamped on Fuel Pump Harness
    (Has a RFI (Radio Frequency Interference) Filter and Connection to Adapt Old Terminal to New Terminal on Pump)
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1988 - Buick Century L 4 Cyl 2.5L 151 2474
Delphi
1988 Buick Century Electric Fuel Pump 4 Cyl 2.5L Delphi

P311-23AA41B    W0133-1618923  New

Qty:
$98.23
Delphi Electric Fuel Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • ; with APH Stamped on Fuel Pump Harness
    (Has a RFI (Radio Frequency Interference) Filter and Connection to Adapt Old Terminal to New Terminal on Pump)
    (Pump Only)
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1988 - Buick Century L 4 Cyl 2.5L 151 2474
ACDelco
1999 Buick LeSabre Electric Fuel Pump ACDelco

P311-522E2E3    W0133-1937420  New

Qty:
$166.44
ACDelco Electric Fuel Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM OE Lifetime Warranty
  • Must use FS0176 Fuel Strainer
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1999 - Buick LeSabre

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Question From Guest on 1996 buick regal

i have a 1996 buick regal how do change fuel pump and does it have a rest

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Most fuel pumps (electric) are in the fuel tank which almost always needs to be taken out to replace it. Best to empty the gas tank as it would be heavy and spill gas for removal.

WARNING! This can be dangerous as you are dealing with fuel. Strange but an empty tank can explode and a full one just makes a monster fire. Use all caution not to make sparks of any kind, T

PS: What did you mean "Does it have a rest?"

Response From Guest

thank you for the reply

my ford thunderbird has a reset on it but i could not find one on the buick for the fuel pump

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Some Fords put it in the trunk. They are there to shut off the fuel in case of a collision and I haven't found many to be wrong but it's worth a check if that's all it is, T

FUEL PROBLEM 97 Buick

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Question From carjunky on FUEL PROBLEM 97 Buick

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FUEL PROBLEM: 5\\97 Buick Park Ave. Car runs fine no prob driving. Parked car, next day no start,no fuel. Fuel pump has been changed. Still having the same problem, no fuel no power to pump.

Response From grand_sea Top Rated Answer

I'm geussing you've checked fuses under dash & under hood but have you checked the fuel pump relay?

transmission

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Question From connor on transmission

i changed my fuel pump in my 1997 buick leasbre with 16000 miles on and i started it then moved it off the ramps and now its stuck in high gear now i hook up battery and the hood lite blinkd twice and goes out

Response From Discretesignals

Wow, only 16K miles on a 97?

Does the engine crank?

Need more information.

Response From connor

runs like new i put new fuel pump in it and went to move it off ramps and its like it is stuck in high gear when i un hook battery and hook it up the hood lite blinks twice and goes out but there was no engine lite on before tank removal no it has 160 000 and i have it half way up ramps in 3 2 1 i cant push it back if i put it in od i can

Response From Discretesignals

So the engine is running now, but when you take off the transmission is in another gear other than 1st?

Why did you replace the fuel pump?

Response From connor

it went bad

Response From Discretesignals

If the engine is running now, the transmission may have defaulted into 3rd gear. When the transmission solenoids lose power or ground, the transmission will only have 3rd and reverse.

Did you do anything else besides drop the fuel tank and change the fuel pump? Do you have a code reader?

Response From connor

reverse works well as it should my friend came down and did the obd and got codes

Response From Discretesignals

What are the code numbers?

Response From connor

p0740 po753 po758 p1655 p1675 po135 po140 po740 p0753 po758 p1655

Response From Discretesignals

You have a bunch of solenoid electrical codes. Pull the electrical connector off the front of the transmission. There will be a pink wire. If you have a meter or test lamp check for battery voltage on the pink wire with the ignition turned on.

The connector will be above the vacuum modulator in the picture below.


Response From connor

i will try rite now

Response From connor

no power at all to pink wire

Response From connor

will computer do that

Response From Discretesignals

There is a fuse in the fuse panel in the engine bay. The fuse is labeled MISC ENG fuse 5 20 amp. Check the fuse. Is the fuse good?

Response From connor

its good

Response From Discretesignals

With the fuse plugged in check for power at the fuse with the ignition turned on. You should have power on both sides of the fuse.

Response From connor

there is

Response From Discretesignals

If you have power at the fuse but no power at the pink wire at the connector for the transmission with the ignition turned on, you have an open circuit pink wire in the harness somewhere. Inspect the harness and wiring really good that goes from the transmission to the main harness for the engine. Make sure the harness isn't rubbing on anything or has damage.

Response From connor

i will and ty vm

Response From connor

i traced the wires from plug in off trans and they go to that big box on drivers side fender and there is two connctors that bolt on top with all the wires

Response From connor Top Rated Answer

thats it just fuel pump

Response From connor

i dont

Response From connor

yes in second i believe but when i park it half way on ramps in over drive i can push it back but any of 3 2 1 i cant feels like brake is on

Response From connor

when its running

buick won't start

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Question From monty101 on buick won't start

My 1997 buick lesabre with a v6 turns over but won't start. It acts like there is no power to the fuel pump. It does not come on when you prime it or when you are trying to get it to start.

It did this last week and I replaced the relay and then it worked fine. Now it is doing it again.

This time I put a new fuel pump relay in it and it started doing the same thing. I put a new fuse in it and still does the same thing.

I ran a wire to the negative post of my battery to my voltage meter negative wire and attached the postive wire from the meter to the #2 trigger post of the relay and turned the switch on to prime it and it showed almost 12 volts of power. So I guess it must be the pump. Is there any other tests I should do?

I know there is a relay in the dash that keeps the car from starting if it isn't in park. I pulled it out and after I did that when you turn the key nothing happens so I put it back.

Is there another fuel pump fuse I am unaware of?

The fuel pump is four years old. It is an Airtech pump. I believe it has a lifetime warranty. If I have to replace it somehow I will have to drain the gas out. Since it is getting power at the relay I guess it must be the pump. I just filled it up to. Is there any way to siphon it out since I can't get the pump to pump it out.

Response From Hammer Time

Should we guess at the model and engine size?

Response From monty101

I revised my posting. I discovered I had checked power to the relay incorrectly and now after correcting my mistake it
appears to have power.

Its a lesabre with a v6. I need to know if your opinion is it needs a new fuel pump or not and if so how do I get the gas out of the tank. Its full.

Response From Hammer Time

How could I have an opinion that it needs a fuel pump? Nobody has tested anything yet. Before any pump is changed you want to verify power and ground arriving at the pump. The power should be on a gray wire and the ground will be the larger of 2 black wires. The pump only powers for 2 seconds when the pump is first turned on so you will need a helper to operate the key.

You also want to be real careful jumping things at that relay. If you jump the wrong terminal your computer will be junk.

Also, please don't edit posts after they have been read. If you have new info to add, do it in a new post.

Response From monty101

Thanks for the instructions. Sorry my revision caused you problems. I was aware it might confuse you so
I did advise you of the changes in the reply. Trust me I will never revise a question again after someone has responded. I guess the revision on the forum is only to be used before people respond......

You did not advise me as to how to remove the 18 gallons of gas but like you said I need to first check the power at the tank.

I suspect it will be getting power and I will have to replace the pump. I was aware the power was the gray wire and the black is the ground and I did intend to check the power there too after i get the car
up on jack stands.

I don't do this for a living and I thought you might share what you have discovered
is the usual reason the pump does not come on. I guess it could be either the wires to the pump outside the
tank or wires inside or the pump itself. I have no idea what other problems could cause this but I suspect there
may be other reasons other than the three I have mentioned. I will see I guess.

I have been scolded before on this forum for having too detailed replys and before i get scolded again I know my reply is longer than it has to be. Since you are a expert and I am not I did want to clearly lay out what I intend to do so you will have a clear picture of how I will fix this Lesabre after receiving your advice....If you see any missteps in my plan of attack please advise me so i will not do anything wrong.

If its got power at the tank I will search no further and just replace
the pump.......The cheapest way is to just buy a new pump but i guess i will get the whole assembly from
rock auto. The Spectrum they sell is like the one in the tank and it only has a one year warranty. So, I guess
this one has outlived its normal life expectancy.

I am aware it has a siphon preventer in the neck so you can't siphon the gas out like you could 30 year ago. If you have a better method to get the gas out please advise me.

I went ahead and googled how to get the gas out. I'll will try to siphon the gas out after I disconnect the hose that connects the tank to the filler tube. I am aware that things could go wrong and the gas could dump all over the garage floor. So, I will be extremely careful and make sure there are no drops lights laying around before I unstrap the tank. I will put two floor jacks I have under it and get my wife under there with me to try to keep it on the jacks as I lower it.

Response From Hammer Time

I don't do this for a living and I thought you might share what you have discovered
is the usual reason the pump does not come on.

True technicians don't work that way. We systematically isolate the problem through testing. As far as getting the gas out, there is no easy way. Your filler tube idea is about the only way and yes, it can get messy, especially if it is full.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Just notes on this: Fuel out.......... Most you can pump out thru filler neck. Have to use a pump with suction and I do that with an electric diaphragm fuel pump that doesn't care about running dry or you get better stuff. Have to have enough fuel storage too or another vehicle to transfer to. IT SHOULD GO WITHOUT SAYING THAT DEALING WITH FUEL AND DROPPING FUEL TANKS IS DANGEROUS!


RE: Voltage to the pump which works then wont. Not this model but in general with some especially GMs is connectors lacking grease over time just can't deliver proper power. Relay worked suggests you just boosted the power amps + voltage just enough for a while so think this could be the issue even more. Check plugs along the way as possible and renew grease with dialectic grease.


A maybe: You might get it to pump with a jump start from a running vehicle even if just sitting there you get higher voltage to dump fuel to fix this and just might have to,


T

Response From Hammer Time

You can't pump out through the filler neck if it has a rollover ball in it.

Response From monty101

Well I did check the gray wire at the connector on the tank. I connected it to the black wire with my voltage
regulator and it had almost 12 volts. I did not bare the wire between the connector and the tank. I just pulled
the plug apart and checked it by directly touching the voltage meter leads to the gray and black wires in the connector that snaps into the connector that comes from the tank. I hope this was not a mistake because I guess the connector itself might be bad. I did note it did not have any electrical grease on it.

I pulled the tank down in the back after I pulled the hose off the filler pipe. I thought I could just siphon the
gas but the ball is not in the filler pipe. It is in the hose where it connects to the tank. I could not get the hose off
where it slides onto the tank and I ended up draining some gas directly into a gas can under the car. I guess about a gallon went right into my eyes from the hoses when I dropped the back of the tank down. That was fun....Then with the hoses pulled off and pinched shut and the wires disconnected I finally let the tank slid out and fall on the floor. Then I drained the rest of the gas into three 5 gallon gas tanks. I only lost a couple gallons so I consider it a overall success.

I got a new fuel pump for $112 from Rock Auto. About $50 cheaper than the same pump from autozone. Plus I had an old credit that I took . I ended up just paying $95 for a spectrum pump. Hopefully after I install it my problems will be over.

If I had it to do over I would have bared the wire between the connector and the tank. I guess according to what
I am reading now there was a possibility the pump would have been ok if I had just put some electrical greese on
the connector. Oh well. live and learn and nobody got hurt. So I am happy. Since the pump was 4 years old it probably didn't have many more years left in it anyway. I definitely will put some electric greese on the connector before I put it back together.

Response From Hammer Time


I ended up just paying $95 for a spectrum pump.

I would have much preferred the Airtex.

You're the first guy I ever heard say a gallon of gas in the face was a success.

Response From monty101

Well since you brought it up I guess you are looking for an explanation.

A little gas in the face is not that bad. I learned to not be a whinner a long time ago.
My dad taught me that. I watched him cut his toe off with a pocket knife once. It had turned black
from poor circulation. After he did that he just folded the knife back up, put his boot back on and
went back to work. He was a mechanic. I Guess the mechanic I was raised by is a little different
form the guys you are referring to. Some say I am a lot like him. I know my son puts on blue rubber
gloves whenever he has to work on his car. He is one of the younger generation.....guess that is
what you usually deal with. Until he did that I had never seen anyone put on blue rubber gloves to
work on a car.....

When I got that tank out I was very happy because I was though and I could send the wife
back into the house. . I only had to tell her to shut up about 15 times. She has a question
about everything and she repeats stuff over and over and over. I'm a Indian and I do not like to
discuss everything I am doing when I am working. It causes me to loose my concentration.

So, yeah getting that gas in the face was nothing considering what I was dealing with......In the
big picture Just getting through and getting her to go back in the house is what I considered a success.
It's her car and until I get it going again she is going to be on my back day in day out.


You can't get a airtex for a 1997 lesabre from orielly, autozone or rockauto. All they sell is spectrum.
I don't know what the deal is. So, I got what I could get. I will say my buddy is a mechanic and he
said he told a customer to get him a fuel pump and to make sure it is not an airtex. The customer
brought him a spectrum and inside the box was an airtex. So, who knows what is going on. I was
wanting a airtex because I have had good luck with one that I put in my Sonoma and I thought it
had a lifetime guarantee but I could be wrong about that.

Response From Hammer Time

You can't get a airtex for a 1997 lesabre from orielly, autozone or rockauto. All they sell is spectrum.

That's Bull.............

I've been getting Airtex pumps from Autozone for years. The part number from them for your car is E3290

FUEL PUMP

Response From monty101

I have to assume you aren't calling me a liar and just think I am uninformed or something. I really have no reason to lie about anything. All I can do when I am buying a part is go by what they advertise. If there is some other way of getting a airtex part from autozone other than buying what they advertise, I am unaware of it. Rockauto only sells Spectra too for a 1997 lesabre. I assume they do sell airtex but not for a 1997 buick lesabre:
Here's the tele no. you call yourself. phone number deleted. They told me that these are the only two they sell.

If you don't want to call. Here their on-line catalog. The pump and housing are the last two:D07N1H & D07P1H which are both made by Spectra and it clearly states they are spectra. No Airtex listed:


multiple links deleted

Response From Hammer Time

I don't need anyone's phone number. All I said is that I know for a fact that Autozone sells Airtex pumps and I even gave you a link to the Airtex pump for your car at autozone.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

It's listed as Airtex at the zone's site using my own zip code may matter? Use another if you can't make it work but they ship anywhere so don't understand why anything but perhaps prices change by some locations.


Check at the counter if you go get it that it's a match for what you want,


T

Response From monty101 Top Rated Answer

You are right you can get the E3290 for a 1997 Lesabre
I did not want just the pump I wanted the whole assembly.

E3290 is listed on the catalog in the links you deleted.
It is only the pump. I always buy the whole assembly
and they only sell a spectra for a 1997 lesabre. I have
purchased the pump alone before and on some vehicles
I find it almost impossible to disassemble it to install
the new pump.

I do not want to try to install the pump
because I have no idea if the housing will allow you to
disassemble it and install the pump and I do not know what
the housing itself is in. Like I said I bought the whole assembly
for 95 bucks and this airtex pump is about 80 if you include tax. Big deal.
If Airtex offered the whole assembly then I might
have bought it if I could have got it for 95 bucks.

For some reason nobody sells it. I don't know why. Autozone once
told me that they did not recommend Airtex because they
have lots of them come back. ...So, I suspect autozone
has had a lot of complaints about it not working right. I do know
my mechanic friend who has been installing fuel pumps for 40 years
prefers to not install them. His opinion is not the same as yours

So, as far as I am concerned it's not actually a fact
that a airtex pump is better than other pumps because some
reputatable mechanics have a different opinion than you do.

Believe me Hammertime I do respect your preferences. they are yours
but they are yours alone and they differ from other techs.

You can close this, delete it or do whatever you do when you
try to piss off people.

Next next time let some other tech respond if I am still allowed to use this forum.
I could care less if you delete my ability to log on. Your comments are way
too rude, opinionated and offensive. Nobody who uses this forum should be exposed
to you testy comments.

You seem to just want to argue about everything. Go
bother someone else. I am tired of been preached to and scolded by a auto tech.

Tom and Descretesignals are great techs and they have never given me bad advice.
They are never rude. From now I would appreciate you just
letting them answer any forum question I have.

Here is the link to that part no. It is just
the pump:
Airtex/Fuel Pump

  • (1 review) / Part Number: E3290 Alternate Part Number: P152 Warranty: Limited Lifetime
    Notes: *** Caution *** a fuel pump is more likely to fail if installed without a new strainer and filter. warranty valid only if strainer is replaced at the same time as the fuel pump. for installation tips or questions, please call: **** 1-800-424-7839 **** Add More Items to Compare
    Price: $72.99 Store Pick Up Order in Store Ship To Home Special Order

    Response From Hammer Time

    The design you have is nearly always sold separately. It's not like the newer ones with plastic housing. Yours is basically just pipes and a gauge sender.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Calm down everyone, it's just a car. Monty - if you know you pump is bad and guaranteed by Airtex now hard to find like the exact one you have hit them up at their own site and b*tch about the warranty!


    Parts and preferences: Hey - I swear and also know good names get sold for the name and quite making parts at all. Then what?


    Took some time but did get a total refund + my time for parts that plain didn't work and the time to find out the absolutely couldn't from Dana Corporation by chance. No legal bull just got just what I asked for $$ and bought another brand that was perfect. Admit had a lot of help from pro parts folks long time.


    Have you plain checked other sources than the common outlets? Napa by chance and call one don't mess with their site. I get more wild odd stuff thru them they find someplace but do wait a bit sometimes.


    I do agree whole unit is the better way to go. Not too many under my belt but did another type vehicle just pump, worked but wasn't pleased to solder crap that would be inside tank when done!


    I'm also finding brick and mortar stores vs web are getting wise and price matching if you ask! No harm in asking,


    T

    Response From monty101

    Thanks Tom. I'm glad you also feel getting a complete unit is the preferred way
    to fix a fuel pump if it quits working....

    I did call GM because there are two Spectra Pumps available for my Lesabre. It
    depends on which harness you have.

    Rock Auto told me that if the harness code was not on the old unit that
    I would have to call GM to find out what the code on my lesabre. So, I called
    GM.

    GM could not tell me what wiring harness I had but they did tell me a new unit
    for a car with my vin number cost 172 bucks. They said it was mad by AcDelco.
    Lucky for me I double checked the old harness again and I found the code on the harness.

    So I ordered one from Rock Auto and ended up only paying 95 bucks I could not have made too big a mistake.

    I know the one that I will take out is not original equipment. I vaguely remember getting it
    at Autozone because I remember them telling me 4 years ago it was a Spectra. They
    only have a one year warranty.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    ?, OK - Seems you found what you want and no old warranty would be valid now so cross fingers and hope this one lasts. Four years is or isn't a lot depending.


    Whole units for some reason for GMs (and you do pay more) seem to have no comebacks from GM by GM. I didn't know that a 1997 still had different harness problems or types vs just a couple model years older.


    Hard to do sometimes but keep your paperwork for warranty so no guessing if this happens again. Said somewhere that both not many have truly gone bad on cars known to not run low or out of fuel a lot. I know it's hard but really avoid running below 1/4 tank of fuel seems to wildly help.


    So, it's on order and would like to hear for a follow up that this is all fixed and over with.


    Done with all this for a long time now and glad actually. Still have to deal with crap now and then, more and more with lots of help from friends with shop for that extra hand and fuel tanks are a pest all alone like several things on vehicles.


    Other about grease for connections. I really like pure silicone clear grease both for dialectic reasons and it just doesn't wash out, dry out plus tolerates lots of heat and is rubber friendly for brake things and sold for that as well by Dynatex. It's freaking expen$ive up the kazoo but works so worth it. I have to hunt for it as it doesn't sell well for the price of it,


    T

    Response From monty101

    Well Tom I guess I didn't read your post about the grease soon enough before I ordered the pump.
    I got the new unit in today.

    I took the old one out and installed the new unit.

    Then I bared the hot wire and ground on the old unit and hooked them up to a battery.
    Just like you said it was a bad dry connection that was causing my problem. The pump came on instantly
    after I hooked the hot wire to the battery and touched the other wire to the battery negative post..

    I'll just go ahead and get some grease for the connection. I'll install the new pump and keep
    the old pump because I have two other lesabres that it will fit on. Thanks for the help. If you had
    not told me to put the grease on the connection I would have just put it back together and thrown
    away a pump that I now know is a good one and I can now still use it on on one of my other Lesabres.

    I guess I screwed up when I checked the connector with my voltage meter that snaps to the gas tank
    connector and since it showed current I just assumed it was the pump because I was getting juice all the way up to the connector that plugs into the gas tank connector. I know better than to do that again. I bet a lot
    of guys have thrown away perfectly good pumps on the GM vehicles.....

    Again thanks for you insight. Knowing what is usually the problem is very helpful because lots of guys like me will misdiagnose what is causing the problem because we don't know how to diagnose the problem. We haven't messed with this stuff as much as you have.

    If I had just read you post before I ordered this pump I would have got some grease and that probably
    would have fixed the problem. I did originally suspect it was a electrical problem and I did initially check out the fuse and
    the relay. I just never thought about the connection needing grease. Not enough gray in my beard....

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Well at least it's working now. I live for that stuff and no kidding keep it in can tops with a flux brush all over the place even one right now on kitchen counter. Specific stuff as said and expensive but truly works. Anything electric or things not tolerant of oil products it's perfect for prevention more than the cure.


    Some connections anywhere you may have to replace, squeeze on them or twist a spade type a tad then do the grease many will work again.


    I guess I think of this type issue because I live in rust city from road salts - the ever loving worst place on earth for rust I swear and nothing lasts for crap exposed and about dunked in that and add hot and cold it's amazing anything works for long.


    Glad you are all set. I'll leave this unlocked as it is now solved for any other comments and then close it out as solved or another will.


    Good luck with it lasting, Tom

    Response From Hammer Time

    I really don't think you are going to find much in a complete unit for this car. It's the old style and was always sold as a pump only. Even the dealer sold them as 3 pieces, the pump, the gauge sender and the piping framework.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Kinda makes Lifetime warranties a waste of paper,


    T

    Response From Discretesignals

    I got this awful picture in my head of someone under a car with gas pouring out everywhere. They are laying in a puddle of gas and a shop light gets knocked off and falls in the puddle. Then the bulb breaks and you know what happens next.

    If you do end up going after the pump with a full tank, just be careful. Have an extinguisher near and use common sense.

    1998 Buick humming noise

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    Question From PyroDragon89 on 1998 Buick humming noise

    1998 Buick Century Custom, V.6 3.1 liters, 132000 miles

    My 1998 Buick Century Custom has a weird humming noise almost as if air was leaking out of the tires along with a electrical sound. Its not the tires it stops when car is turned off. Also its coming from under the rear part of the car. Anyone know what this could be? It just recently started to make this noise as well.

    Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

    If you can hear it with the car running but not moving, then it's probably the fuel pump getting noisy. It's inside the fuel tank.

    Response From PyroDragon89

    Does that mean it has to be replaced?

    Response From Hammer Time

    It's usually a warning that failure is imminent but i had one do that for 2 years before failing. That doesn't mean yours will though.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    What the ever loving hell do people think cars will last? 132K it's done so throw UPS cars out and cut your losses. Your call,

    Tom

    Response From Hammer Time

    132K is half it's life these days. I regularly see cars pushing 300K and still running good.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Bullshit - everything is crap out there not like American Iron of yesteryear. One head gasket job with an old or rusted car exceeedds it's value. Drive an '89 (last decent year) Lincoln. Why the heck when something was done right is there some new rule to change it?!

    Can get 26 MPG with six dead engineers in the trunk no problem!

    What happened out there?

    Tom

    Response From Hammer Time

    Let me know when your 89 hits 300K.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    They can do that like nothing but here rust out first if you use them

    Tom

    Response From Discretesignals

    Why the heck when something was done right is there some new rule to change it?!

    You can blame the government for that. Stricter emissions and higher fuel mileage requirements. The evolution of the automobile to survive in it's pre-planned environment.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Congress and Regress are close in spelling!

    Tom

    Response From zmame

    Yeh my old 97 chev truck as 420,000 km (260975 miles).. im convinced it gets better and better on fuel because all the sheet metal i've lost.

    No more rockers, cab corner, rear bumper, some of the tailgate and I lost the spare tire about 4 years ago lol..

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Never mind this thead - great to see you here!

    Tom

    Response From zmame

    fair enough lol.. good to hear from you again Tom hope all is well on your side.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Still kicking so means I'm alive or something?

    Things are well in Massatwoshits but didn't watch local news for a couple days so no telling who raped someone or what??

    Don't you just love evening news that says "Good Evening" then proceeds to tell you why it isn't??!!

    We got to deal with this somehow??

    Tom