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Fits 1998 Chevy S 10 V6
on January 14, 2014
Fit like a charm, OEM part, with slight modifications though. The old fuel pump module had an external filter, this one had an internal filter. The old fuel pump module had a square looking 4 pin connector. The new one has a new wiring harness included but you will need to cut off the old connector, strip and crimp down the new connector according to the wiring diagram provided with the instructions. It was very easy and very clear. It came with new crimps. The only tools u'll need for the wiring is a wire stripper/crimper, and a heat gun for the heat shrink crimps to make the connections water proof. This is very IMPORTANT to note, it took about an hour to take the camper off my truck bed and unbolt it and lift it up off the truck to get to the fuel tank... this wasn't hard to do, but it is easier than dropping the tank especially when you have to reconnect the fuel and vacuum lines and wiring connectors. However, YOU MUST SCREW in the GROUND which connects to the rear of the chassis before the pump will run. If you are like me and left the truck bed off the truck you will need to make sure the wires in the back, specifically the ground is screwed into the frame otherwise this pump will not get the juice to run. It took an additional 5 hrs for me to figure this out. Also another important note, when you turn the key from off to position 1 you'll hear the pump engage and pressure up for a second. It was very easy to hear this with the old pump. The old pump was a lot louder than this new pump. The new pump you can barely hear it running and engaging in a very quiet garage/basement. Kinda threw me for a loop at first till I pulled the thing out and stuck my head down to the gas tank, then I could hear it working.
***UPDATE*** It's been over a year and one month, fuel pump is still working great!