Reviewed By Shawn M (JOHNSON CITY, NY) Reviewed for a 2009 Jeep Cherokee —4/4/2018 3:54 AM
We're keeping the fuel pump just Incase we need it but it wasn't the fuel pump. Didn't even put it in. It was the 2 pins holding the pc board.
Reviewed By JOHN P (Live Oak, TX) Reviewed for a 2004 Isuzu Rodeo —12/27/2017 9:41 AM
pump was a perfect fit. much better quality than the piece of crap AC-DELCO pump that came OEM on vehicle. that's right, an American made junk pump was OEM on this vehicle as well as the radiator. both have failed. Rodeo's were assembled in the US at a Suburu plant in Illinois - Isuzu was in bed with GM so I guess they put US stuff in for tariff/tax purposes. bad choice. sorry to say it but the US made components are junk. my '89 MR2 went 550,000 mi and the radiator and fuel pump made it.
Reviewed By John Y (COMMACK, NY) —10/13/2016 10:20 PM
When the original pump went on my diesel truck cost to fix was ridiculous so a friend suggested an electronic pump. I have bought 2 others that worked for a while then had problems getting over 35 mph.This one is rated with a higher gph.So far so good after 2 weeks.So easy to install and cheap I'm purchasing a second pump to keep in my truck in case I have a problem on the road