I would take a listen to a similar year, make and model as a 'normal'
fuel pump does make some noise. Also being low on fuel seems to
magnify it. Also, how many miles? Don't know if you have anyway of
know either of the next two questions but....Was the pump you replaced
the origional? Sure? Was the one you replaced it with an AC Delco
unit? I have found in our shop, going aftermarket often provides you
with a noisier pump(my exp.), thus though more money, I have used AC
Delco pumps since the laast noisy aftermarket that I put in(cust also
complained about the performance of the a'market unit. Good luck-
there is my 2 cents-on sale today for FREE! firstname.lastname@example.org
On Feb 19, 7:36 pm, email@example.com wrote:
On 19 Feb 2007 16:36:41 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
It uses a high RPM electric motor that can be noisy. How noisy it is
depends on the tolerances it was built to. I have two GM models and
the pimp has always been easy to hear in them. Both ae original and
one is now over 18 years old. You need to maybe be concerned when it
noticably changes in sound or pitch.
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