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  • HYUNDAI I30 | HATCH 2009 1396CC PETROL MANUAL
    Fuel Pump (Petrol)
  • FORD MAVERICK | ESTATE 2002 2967CC PETROL AUTOMATIC
    Fuel Pump (In Tank) (Petrol)
  • SAAB 9-3 | 2004 1998CC PETROL MANUAL
    Fuel Pump (In Tank) (Petrol)
  • MERCEDES C-CLASS | SALOON 2002 2597CC PETROL AUTOMATIC
    Fuel Pump (In Tank) (Petrol)
  • AUDI A4 | SALOON 2004 1984CC PETROL MANUAL
    Fuel Pump (In Tank) (Petrol)

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  • HYUNDAI I30 COMFORT
    Fuel Pump (Petrol)
    £48.00
  • ROVER 75
    Fuel Pump (In Tank) (Diesel)
    £213.60
  • ROVER 75
    Fuel Pump (In Tank) (Diesel)
    £213.60
  • AUDI A4
    Fuel Pump (Petrol)
    £120.00
  • SAAB 9-3 AERO T
    Fuel Pump (In Tank) (Petrol)
    £126.00

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Fuel Pump Replacement

Electrical fuel pumps are the most commonly used on the road at the moment. Those who have older cars, pre-1970, may have fuel pumps that are mechanical. The mechanical pump can usually be found attached to the engine block and it works by increasing and decreasing the fuel by way of a diaphragm. The pump is known as a positive displacement pump, which works in a similar way to a piston pump. Valves at either end ensure that the fuel only pumps one way and does not flow back. Mechanical fuel pumps were replaced with fuel injection units that work better at higher pressures.

If the fuel is not pumped into the engine correctly then the vehicle will not work as it should, it may not start at all or it could stall often. A regular service of the vehicle will ensure that the fuel system is working and if parts need replacing it can be done then, reducing the risk that the car will fail while driving.

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Our car breakers have quoted on 407 used fuel pumps in the last 30 days. Popular makes requesting fuel pumps during that time have been Vauxhalls, Fords, Mercedes, Volkswagens and Audis.

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