|Item Weight||4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||23.6 x 11.6 x 8.2 inches|
|Item model number||FG0375|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FG0375|
|OEM Part Number||FG0375|
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Delphi FG0375 Fuel Pump Module
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- Limited lifetime warranty
- Delphi brings 80 + years of OE Heritage into each Delphi assembly, ensuring quality and fitment for each Delphi part
- Internal springs increase durability by preventing tube chaffing
- Strainer is internal to module - providing better protection to the strainer element and improved filtering
- Rigorous OE-testing ensures the pump can withstand extreme temperatures
- Always be sure to check and clean fuel tank to avoid unnecessary returns
- Durability tested up to 150,000 miles and in more than 20% ethanol for superior reliability
- Patented Gen IV turbine pump provides better pumping with less energy use and withstands today’s harsh alcohol fuel blends
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As a leading OE supplier to the automotive industry, Delphi holds more than 30 OE-proprietary innovations and 150 patents in fuel module and pump design. As a result, our fuel pumps restore fast-pressure performance and system integrity to provide better pumping through less energy. Delphi fuel pumps feature internal springs for increased durability and enhanced stability, while a lower amperage draw places less load on a vehicle’s electrical system. Our fuel pumps include a large volume reservoir to better handle low-fuel situations and vehicle cornering, as well as fuel-level, gold-filled sensors for improved corrosion resistance. Other benefits of our fuel pumps include consistent pump flow, an enhanced filtration system for longer pump life and an OE-service body harness and connector for superior performance, durability and ease of installation.
From the manufacturer
Where Does Delphi Quality Come From?
Our parts are engineered with the same stringent standards applied to the parts we make for the top global OEMs.
Our rigorous testing ensures superior reliability and readiness for the road ahead. In fact, our parts are tested up to 150,000 miles and in more than 20% ethanol.
For Over 80 Years
Our expertise goes back to the beginning and we’re still innovating today. We’ve been a manufacturer of dependable fuel delivery parts for over 80 years.
We utilize the latest OE technology and components to bring OE quality and durability to our fuel line and even make enhancements over some OE designs. In fact, we hold more than 30 OE-proprietary innovations and patents in fuel alone.
Fueled by Innovation: Delphi's OE DNA
When it comes to choosing the parts for fuel delivery systems, reach for the brand that delivers the most advantages: Delphi. In the aftermarket, we’re best known for our fuel management program. As a world leader in fuel pump technology and an OE manufacturer, we apply our high quality standards to every part we sell.
Why Do Fuel Pumps Fail?
OE fuel modules and hanger/senders, which house the electric fuel pump, typically operate for 7-10 years before failure, depending on a variety of circumstances. Premature failures can be caused by:
- Extreme hot/cold environments
- Contaminated fuel, which can cause rust or corrosion
- Excessively running a vehicle on an empty tank. Running near empty does not keep the fuel pump fully submerged and can cause the pump to overheat.
- 21% of returned fuel pumps failed because they operated in a contaminated system. Before installing a new pump, make sure to visually inspect for dirt, rust or discoloration.
Start Your New Pump in a Clean Environment
Replacing the fuel pump strainer is required to validate the warranty, but it is not enough if the tank is dirty. Make sure to inspect and clean the fuel tank as well.
Clogged filters are a leading cause of premature pump failure, so replace the fuel filter if it is not internal to the assembly. Internal filters are not serviced separately.
A Pressure Test is Not Enough to Condemn the Pump
High fuel pressure can often be attributed to a fuel pressure regulator issue or a restriction in the return line. The engine may run rich or fuel trims may be elevated.
Low fuel pressure can be caused by insufficient power or ground to the fuel pump or a malfunctioning fuel pressure regulator. Contamination in the system can cause restrictions to the fuel feed lines, fuel strainer, or fuel filter.
No pressure can be due to a faulty relay, fuse, wire harness, or oil pressure switch, tripped inertia switch, or dried test fluid.
What to Check Prior to Repair
The pump may not necessarily be the cause of fuel-related driveability problems or failures. So make sure to:
1. Confirm there is fuel in the fuel tank
2. Check fuel pressure
3. Check flow
4. Check fuel filter and pressure regulator
5. Perform a voltage drop test
6. Check electrical connections
7. Clean tank and inspect for debris
What Tools Will I Need?
Safety glasses and gloves are always recommended. Delphi also recommends a digital voltmeter, pressure gauge, and graduated cylinder. You should always have a fire extinguisher on hand.
Never smoke or work near anything that could cause a spark or ignite fuel, such as pilot lights or incandescent light bulbs. Work in a well-ventilated area. Keep clean-up materials on hand, and clean up any spills immediately.
Always relieve fuel pressure prior to opening fuel systems. Store fuel in an approved container like a gas caddy or gas can.
Fuel Module Assemblies
The Delphi fuel module is a complete assembly, meaning that all the necessary components, like filters and strainers, are included for easier installation. It's a complete repair in a box, backed by smart designs, extreme testing, and a limited lifetime warranty.
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Hopefully it will be a good one... after reading a few reviews on other pumps, I chose to go with the Delphi. One, because it's $70 cheaper than the one at local auto store, and two, because all the cheaper pumps really seemed to be iffy as to whether or not they would last very long. I just saw a AC Delco pump a few dollars cheaper than this one with 5 star rating and said, ' well, hopefully this one will still be a good one. '. I'm not saying that AC Delco are the champions of products, but they do seem to have a reputation for being good quality, and I've never heard of Delphi before. I didn't see the AC Delco when I was searching for pumps.... they hid it from me, ha ha....
Kind of figured might be the fuel pump at 168,000 miles. Wouldn't start, so I sprayed some starter fluid into the intake and she fired right up for a second or two. Did that twice to make sure I was correct. Sat in the car and turned the key to the point where it starts up the fuel pump, but the starter is not turning over. Head this terrible "groaning" noise which sounded like a sick and dying fuel pump....lol.
Dropped the tank, cleaned things off on the top (always do that before removing the old fuel pump to keep all the dirt etc... out of the tank. This one fit in perfectly. Reinstalled the tank, put some gas in, primed the fuel pump a couple times and she fired right up and runs fine.
Good product ! I'd personally always use the Delphi pumps in a GM vehicle. I've head from others that the off market brands don't last as long typically. Easy enough job, but you certainly don't want to be replacing the fuel pump more than once in any given vehicle if you don't have to.
It does come with a new gasket and plate for the gas tank as well. Wires had the proper connections. It was very much an OEM install with no problems. This one went into a 2003 Chevy Cavalier with 2.2L Ecotec.
Delphi box, and was labeled on top of the pump with a sticker showing it was Delphi along with the part number.
Just like the picture shows.
From what I understand Delphi is still considered a OEM product for GM cars just like ACDelco.
Don't buy the off brand cheap pumps unless you want to be stranded and doing the entire repair again.
Originally bought a 3rd party pump that only lasted 21k miles before stranding me. Lesson learned, buy only OEM electronics when it comes to making the car actually move.